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High School AthMe 





HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION— 1973 











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(Left to Right) Front Row: Dennis Pigg, Mike Maloney, Chip Rice, Kevin Bethel, 
Glenn Cayson, Garland Chrislopher, Wayne Steele. Second Row: Dan Silliman, 
Steve Chandl.er, Buddy Jones, Jerry Foley, Keith Bethel, Roy Bubenhofer. Third 
Row: Coach Marvin Moss, Joe Turner, Lane Brown, Larry Jenkins, John Mauldin, 
Garland Williams, Tony Harris, Coach Walter Hill. 



Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 






AUGUST 1973 




KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA BOYS 

Lexington, Kentucky, May 2B, 1973 
Tales Creek High School Track Team — K.H.S A.A. Champion 1973 




(Left io Righl) Front How: Gary Moore, David Sawyer. 
Stanley Milchcll, Bob Biggerslatf. Coach Ben Oldham 

100 Yard Dash— 180 Yard Low Hurdles- 



Second Row; Steve Wilson, 



1. 



Mitchell. Tales Creek 
2. Rouse. Owensboro 
.'J. Williams. Hopkinsville 
4. Jones. Ru.ssell 
.1, McElriv. Warren Central 

Time-10:10 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Moore. Tales Creek 

2. I.IcElroy. Warren Central 
."i. lones. Russell 

4 Rouse. Owensboro 
.>. Chandler. Danville 

Tiino-21,8 

440 Yard Dash— 

i Coiiiijest. Henderson Co. 

2. Connors. Brvan Station 

3. Blair. Newport 

4. Smilh. Adair Co. 
3. Padueah Tilghinan 

Time-Sn.V 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Enscoe. Brv.'tn Station 

2. Ward. Russell 

3. .tones. Owensboro 

4. Huches. Kno.x Central 

5. .Murray. Highlands 

Tinie-l:.5fi.9 

Mile Run — 

1 .S'rr-htneier. Padueah Tilghman 
2. Davidson. Daviess Co 

.1. Fifcr. Clark Co. 

4 Incram. Adair Co. 

■T Depenbrock. Boone Co. 

Time-4:28.4 

2 Milo Run — 

1. Miller. Ov.ensboro 

2 Cook. Franklin Countv 
.1. Clouse. Shelby Co. 

4. Tierney. Covington Catholic 
n Gr.'r.'. Knox Central 

Tiine-n:.'!2 

120 Yerd High Hurdles— 

1. Sawver. Tales Creek 

2. Hclghler. North Hardin 

3. Kendall. Blazer 

4. Wrighl. Highlands 

5. Hollv. Montgomery Co 

Tlme-14.6 



1 



Sawyer. Tales Creek 
Kendall. Blazer 
Ellington. Fort Knox 
Donelan. Newpoit Catholic 
Holh'. Montqomerv Co. 

Time-20.1 



880 Yard Relay— 

1. Tales Creek 

2. Union County 

3. Christian County 
4 Russell 

5, Covington Catholic 







Timc-1:29.3 


Mile 

1, 


Relay- 
Tales Creek 




■> 


Union County 




3. 


Highlands 




4. 


Christian Countv 




0. 


LaRue County 


Time-3:23.9 


Shot 


Put- 




1. 


Pierce. Harrison 


Co 


2, 


Blair. Elizabethtown 


3. 


Edwards, Daviess 


Co. 


4. 


Griffis. Somerset 




.s 


Hamilton. Padueah Tilghinan 




Distance-55' 10" 



Pole Vault— 

1. De'Canssin, Daviess Co, 

2. Whitehouse. Highlands 

'A_ Chastcen. Madison Central 
4. Reigleinan, Lafayette 

3. Clark. Fleming Co. 

Height-12' 0" 

High Jump — 

1. Allen. Harrison Co. 

2. Eoyken. Meade Co. 
.T. Mock. Owensboro 

4. Turner. Madison Central 

5. Stroder. Padueah Tilghman 
5 Thompson. HoUnes 

Height-fi'4" 

Long Jump — 

1. Harshaw, Blazer 

2. Bathiany, Highlands 

3. Mason, Hopkinsville 

■I. Bass. Franklin Simpson 
5 Kavanaugh, Madison Central 
Distance-22' A^A" 



Triple Jump — 

1, Brown. Henderson Co. 

2. Jones. Lafayette 

3 Heighter, North Hardm 

4. Straub. Padueah Tilghman 

5. Sorrell, "Covington Catholic 

Distance-46'7" 

Discus — 

1. Edwards, Daviess Co. 

2. Pierce. Harrison Co. 

3. Hamilton. Padueah Tilghman 

4. Blair, Elizabethtown 

5. Weick, Covington Catholic 
Edwards set a new stale record i^ 

this event with his distance of 1G9' 3". 
Distance-l(5il':r' 

TOTAL POINTS 
Tales Creek 36 

Daviess County 19 

Owensboro 18 

Harrison Cou;ity 16 

Highlands 14»/4 

Padueah Tilghman 13|/2 

Paul Blazer 13 

Henderson County 12 

Russell 11 

Bryan Slalion 10 

Union County 8 

North Hardin 7 

Hopkinsville 6 

Elizabethtown 6 

Madison Central 6 

Lafayette 6 

Warren Central 5 

Christian County 5 

Covington Catholic 5 

Meade County 4 

Adair County 4 

Franklin County 4 

Clark Coujity — 3 

Newport 3 

Fort Knox 3 

Knox Central 3 

Shelby County 3 

Franklin Simpson 2 

Newport Catholic 2 

Montgomery County 2 

Somerset 2 

Boone County 1 

Fleming County 1 

Danville 1 

LaRue County 1 



The Kentucky H'l^b School Athlete 

Official Orgiiti of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI— No. 1 



AUGUST. 1973 



SI. 00 Per Year 



Report of Audit 



DISBURSEMENTS: 



1350 South Isl SI. 
Lousvile. Ky. 
July 13, 1973 

■^o the '^re^surer of 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

Lexington, Kentucky 

Dear Sir: 

PursuRnl to instructions received, we have made an 
audit of the books and records of the KENTUCKY HIGH 
SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION for the period of one 
year beginning July 1, 1972 and ending June 30, 1973. 
In addifion. we have prepared and attached hereto 
statements of the Receipts and Disbursmenls and Assets 
which. i,n cur opinion, reflect the true financial condi- 
tion of the Assccialion as of June 30. 1973. 

The cash fund and savings certificates on hand where 
found to be correct and verified by generally accepted 
aud.ling procedures. 

We find the records presented to us for the purpose 
of audit to be in agreement and in good condition. 
Respectfully submitted, 
HUET L. JOHNSON 
Certified Public Accountant 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASS'N 

PERIOD FROM JULY 1, 1972, TO JUNE 30, 1973 

STATEMENT OF 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1, 1972 

Annual Dues: 334 a S3.00 ----S 1, 

Officials Dues: 

Football: 772 <i S3. 00 2. 

Basketball: 1683 a S3.00 5, 

Baseball: 717 'a S3.00 2, 

Wrestling: 68 <i S3. 00 — 

Reciprccity Officials: 

Football: 54 D SI 00 -- 

Baskethall: 28 a Sl.OO -- 

Baseball: 1 « Sl.OO __ 

Wrestling: 1 ii Sl.OO 

Officials' Fines 

Grants - Kentucky High School Coaches 

Ass'n. .-..---- 1 

Redeposits [Bad checks made good) _, 

Advertising in Magazine 1 

Sale of Publications 

Ticket Sales - Annual Meeting 

Matured - Certificate of Deposit GO 

Interest - Certificate of Deposit 

Transferred - State Basketball 

Tournament Account 216 

Refunds . -- . 

Receipts - State Baseball Tournament , 1 
Football Playoffs: 

A & AA Ticket Sales ^__ 

AAA Ticket Sales 

A. AA, & AAA Program 
Profit -- 

A. AA, & AAA Program 

State Tax 36.93 

Radio Fees 10.00 



002.00 

316.00 
049.00 
,151.00 
204.00 

54.00 

28.00 

1.00 

1.00 

290.00 

,000.00 
24 00 
,950.00 
880.85 
290.00 
,000.00 
903.32 

,172.54 
835,90 
,824.50 



_S 40,124.37 



18,236,00 
23,351 00 



1,416.44 



43,050.37 



Wrestling Tournament: 

State Tournamentl Receipts 
Soccer Tournament - Receipts 
Track Meets: 

State Meets Receipts 

(Lexington) 

State Meet Receipts 

(Louisville) .-- 



1,388,50 



Gymnastics Meets: 

State Meets Receipts -- 

Receipts - State Swimming Meets __ 
Bank Error - September statement 



4,627.15 
933,50 



2,098 88 



744,00 

1,093.50 

.20 



Board of Control Expense -- S 

Commissio.ner's Salary (Base Sal. S20,000) __ __ 

Fxpense — Commissioner's Office 

Asst Commissioners' Salaries (Base Sal. 343,700) 

Travel Expense — Assistant Commissioners 

Secretarial Salaries _. 

Janitorial Service -- 

Postage - 

Office Supplies — 

TRnitor's Supplies -- 

New Equipment 

Insurance _ -- 

Equipment Repairs & Service Contracts 

P1-' Crrss k Blue Shield __. 

Building Repairs & Grounds Maintenance 

Uiililies --__ 

Telephone & Telegraph 

Fidelity Bonds - 

Printing . 

Appropriation to KAPOS -- 

Purchase of Publications 

Delegates to Nat'l Fed. Meetings __ 

Legal Services _. 

^^alic.n^l Federation Dues __-- 

Film Rental 

Audit 

Bad Checks _ 

M'srellaneous Disbursements — 

Meals — Annual Banquet -- 

Speaker — Annual Banquet . -- 

Insurance Subsidy 

Savings Certificate — Transfer of Funds 

K H.S.A.A. Retirement Trust Fu,nd 

Taxes and Withholdings: 

Federal Income Tax Withheld S 11,983.20 

Social Security - -- 7,310,64 

C'ty License Fee Withheld 1,690.08 

State Income Tax Withheld 2,499.48 

Slate Sales and Use Taxes 3,125.18 

Federal Unemployment Tax __ ^ 237.38 

Stale Unemployment Tax 1,281.82 



6,499.92 

14,505.32 

1,956.56 

33,957.08 

2,984.29 

14.847.34 

1,962.18 

4,874.00 

1,930.56 

13,18 

1,187.73 

2,963.60 

2,047.92 

2,695.60 

500.37 

2.276.24 

3,246.97 

55,00 

5,209.38 

300,00 

7,462,64 

6,183.49 

4,029 25 

289.27 

190.00 

200.00 

68.00 

100,00 

2,430.00 

250.00 

10,000.00 

60,000,00 

5,000.00 



28.127.78 



Magazine: 

Printing and Engravings __ __ 9,003.74 

Mailina . _.- 400.00 9,403,74 

Mailing . 400.00 9,403,74 

Officials' Division: 

State Clinics Expenses — 2,234.99 

Schools for Officials 1.526.10 

Regional Expenses — 194.81 

Officials' Emblems 2,270.20 6.226.10 

Swimming 

State Committee Expense S 1,100.37 

Trophies and Awards (Stale Meets) 682.58 

Officials (State Meets) -- 325.00 

Mileage and Local Enterlainme;it 

(State Meets) 2.636.45 

Pool Rental St Additional 

Services 750.00 S 5.494.00 

Golf; 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Tournament) 2,410.15 

Trophies and Awards 2,335.61 

Regional Tournament Expense __ 230,71 

State Tournament Expense 809.45 5,785.92 



Tennis: 

Mileage a,nd Local Entertainment 

(Stale Tournament) -- 1,066.55 

Trophies and Balls 3.302.95 

Expenses — Tournament 
Managers __ --■ 391.20 

Track: 

Regional Expenses 820.68 

1 rophies and Awards 9,081.46 

Officials (State Meets) -- 992,15 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Meets) 9,325.70 

New Equipment 11.00 

(Continued on Page Four) 



4,760,70 



Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 

AUGUST, 1973 VOL . XXXVI — No. 1 order to maintain this rating from year to year. 

~~ After an official has received the Certified rating, 

PubUshed monthly, except Juno and July, by the |-,g continues to receive this rating each year pro- 

omcro^p"i^Scftfon?V«^^0on'1t°y"fo5O? vided he registers and attends the clinic for that 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kenluckv year. 

Editor - — JOE B. MANSFIELD 

^tilSl Iduor ::::::::::::::::-::-''^^m^m"!s Minutes Of Board Meeting 

Assistant E^or B^LY^^wiSE The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 

PrTsfd^nt ""Frank"B.'simpson'(T972-i97e), Loiisviile School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 

Vice-President w. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro office, Lexington, on Wednesday morning, June 

J. c. canireii (1970-1974), Valley Station: Howard R. Crii- g_ 1973 jj^^g meeting was called to order at 9;30, 

lenden (1973-1977), Murray; William C. Doan (1971-1975), . p,.p„jjprit RinhnrrI Vini-Pnf urith nil RnnrH 

Cynlhiana; Andrew J. FuUz (1972-1976), Olive Hill: Arthur "V 1"! e.Sldent KlChaid Vincent, With all iioard 

R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Ml. Sterling; Louie Martin (1972- members, Commissioner Mansfield, Assistant 

1976), Mt. sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; Commissioners Tom Mills, Louis Stout and Billy 

James R. Williams (1973-1977). Somerset; Roy L, Wmches- y y^-^^ present. The invocation was given by J. 

ter (1970-19741, Bethlehem. p f-antroll 

Subscription Rale Sl.OO per year C. Cantrell. 

^ W. p. Wheeler moved, seconded by Bill Doan, 

^7- / C^ . . ' /ff/^ , that the reading of the minutes of the April 12th 

i ^/'o/n Me loommmeo/ie/' S L^/ece meeting be waived since members of the Board 

• ~ had received copies of these minutes. The motion 

Football Clinics was carried unanimously. 

. ,, ,, J,,. ■ , „„ u„ Roy Winchester, Chairman of the Policy Com- 

The 1973 clinics for football officials are be- ^^.^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^jj^^ ^p^^ ^^ ^r^^^r^X his report. Mr. 

ing conducted by Assistant Commissionei f^)^y^- Winchester stated that the Committee recommend- 

Wise. Dates and sites of the climes are as loliows. ^^ ^j^^^ ^^^ salaries of the Commissioner, Assistant 

August 7, Bell County High School i-inevuie. Commissioners and secretaries be increased by 

7:30 p.m.; August 8, Hazard High i^chooU "azaia. approximately 5% for 1973-74. Bill Doan moved, 

7:30 p.m.: August 9, Prestonsburg High School, ..gconded bv Arthur Hawkins, that the recom- 

Prestonsburg, 7:30 p.m.; August 10, U^ K. com- niendation of the Pohcy Committee be adopted, 

munity College, Ashland, 7:30 p^m.; August M, ^jj niembers voted aye. 

Daviess County High School, Owensboro, i.i^ Commissioner Mansfield reported for the Re- 
p.m.; August 14, Tilghman Area Vocationa bcnooi, ti,.ement Committee that a letter had been writ- 
Paducah. 7:30 p.m.; August 15, Maylield Hign ^^^ ^^ j^^. Ted Crosthwait, Executive Secretary 
School, Mayfield, 7:30 p.m.; August lb, Hopkins- ^^ j,^^ Teacher Retirement System, requesting that 
ville High School, Hopkmsville, 7:30 p.m.; August ^j^^ Administrative staff of the Kentucky High 
20, Reservoir Hill Recreation Center, BowUng School Athletic Association be placed under that 
Green, 7:30 p.m.; August 21, Stouffer s Inn, Ball- system. He stated that Mr. Crosthwait responded 
room, Louisville, 7:30 p.m.; August 22, Ludlow saying the request would be given careful con- 
High School, Ludlow, 7:30 p.m.; August 23, Henry sideration. 

Clay High School. Lexington, 7:30 p.m. Mr. Mansfield reported the results of a recent 

Attention, Principals! ■^"''^'ey conducted by the K.H.S.A.A. to determine 

' ^ UK ^"^ number of schools planning to sponsor girls 

Each principal and superintendent will be basketball in 1974 or 1975 and whether they would 

supplied during the forthcoming school year with prefer an eight team or a sixteen team tourna- 

a card which will say: "Kentucky High School nient. One hundred thirty-four principals stated 

Athletic Association. This will introduce (name ot ,.[.,3^ ^^^jj. gphool would sponsor a team in 1974 

principal or superintendent), (name of school). g^id 107 stated that they would not. An additional 

The card will be signed by the Commissioner. forty-six princapals stated that they would spon- 

Most administrators of Association member schools ^qj. teams in 1975. Seventv-eight principals indi- 

admit to their home contests fellow administrators q^x^^ that they would prefer an 8-team tourna- 

as a matter of school policy. However, many times ^ent while 115 favored a 16-team tournament, 
these visitors hesitate to identify themselves to the ^he Commissioner proposed several changes 

ticket takers. The card mentioned will assist in ]„ tournament and meet regulations as follows: 
this identification. . . i, „ 1- Baseball— increase the number of players 

The identification cards are not to be con- ^,j^^ ^^^^^ ^^.^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ tournament 

sidered as regular season passes to home games ^^^^^ j^ ^^ gl. The expense allowance 

of member schools of the K.H.S.A.A. The determ- ^^.^^j^ ^^^^j^ ^^^ ^^^^ 

ining factor in the cards being accepted as passes ., ^^.^^^ _ ^^^ eliminate the 50 yard dash 

is the policy of the individual school. for girls and replace it with 

The identification card may be u.sed for ad- ^^^^ ^^^ ^^-^^ ^^^ 

mission to all events at the state level except the (,j) i,.,,, compete in a total 

State Basketball Tournament. A different plan ^^ ^^^^. g^gnts, three of which 

for issuing these passes, along with passes to the ^^ ^i^^gj, running or field 

district and regional basketball tournaments, is events, 

provided in basketball tournament regulations. (e) boys may enter any events 

T »i- II -c „.^: »;^^ not to exceed four. 

Football Examination (^„ ^^^j^ ^^^ ^-^^^^ ^^^ runner- 

Part II of the National Federation Football up in the regional would 

Examination for officials will be given in Ken- qualify for the state, 

tucky on Monday, September 17. An official who Roy Winchester moved, seconded by Zeb 

has been registered for at least one year prior to Blankenship, that the tournament and meet 

the current season is eligible to take the examina- changes recommended by the Commissioner be 

tion and work for a higher rating. Officials who made. The motion was carried unanimously, 
hold the Approved rating in football are required At this point the Board received a delegation 

to make a minimum percentage grade of 80 in from the Fayette County School System to dis- 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



Page Three 



cuss questions they had concerning the districts 
and regions the Fayette County Schools had been 
assigned to by the Board of Control in football 
and basketball. Following a lengthy discussion. 
President Vincent requested that any suggestions 
or recommendations the group may have be writ- 
ten down and presented to the Board of Control 
for consideration at a future time. 

W. P. Wheeler moved that the site of the 
1973 Class AAA Football finals be held at the 
Fairgrounds in Louisville and the Class A & AA 
be held at Eastern Kentucky University, Rich- 
mond. Frank Simpson seconded the motion and 
all members voted aye. 

Assistant Commissioner Wise presented sev- 
eral suggestions for discussion on improving the 
method of assigning officials to the team sports 
sponsored by the K.H.S.A.A. Mr. Wise was in- 
structed to continue his efforts and to present 
proposals for Board consideration at a future 
meeting. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Roy Winches- 
ter, that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning April 1, 1973, and ending May 31. 1973, 
be allowed. The motion was carried unanimously 

There being no further business the Board 
adjourned until the next meeting on July 27, 1973. 



ATTENTION, ALL KENTUCKY 
HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DIRECTORS 

In 1972 we formed .? State Association of High 
School Athletic Directors. At our initial meeting we 
stated our purposes for an organization. Following 
are ten proposals that are now officially Article II 
of our State Constitution and By-Laws. 

1. To develop a more professional image for the 
Directors' of Athletics throughout our state. 

2. To coordinate and constantly up-grade a 
more wide-spread competitive interscholas- 
tic program for both girls and boys. 

3. To improve athletic understanding and re- 
lationships throughout Kentucky. 

4. To develop a closer, more professional, work- 
ing relationship with the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association, 

5. To establish and maintain a closer working 
ing relationship with related professional 
groups, i.e., KASSP. KAHPER, KASA, KEA. 

6. To improve the educational aspects of inter- 
scholastic athletics in the total educational 
program. 

7. To create better unity and communication 
among all members. 

8. To cooperate with the administrative head 
of the high school in the organization, super- 
vision and administration of the interscholas- 

tic athletic program. 

9. To recognize that the administrative head of 
of the high school is ultimately responsible 
in all matters pertaining to interscholastic 
athletic activities involving his school. 

10. To initiate higher standards of professional 

proficiency and ethics. 
The Kentucky High School Athletic Directors' 
Association will be beginning its second year this 
September. In the 1972-73 school year we wound 
up with seventy-seven members. We held two 
State-Wide meetings. The first meeting was held in 
August at Lexington during the day of the East- 
West All Star games. The second meeting was held 
in Louisville at St. Xavier High School during the 
K.E.A. meetings. During the Louisville meeting 
we agreed that we would revise our Constitutions 
to read that instead of four sections of Kentucky 



forming into sub-organizations, we will plan to 
adhere to the sixteen basketball regions and at- 
tempt to form sixteen sub-units. This will be one 
of our goals for the 1973-74 school year to see that 
each region has an organization. 

Another goal for the 1973-74 school year is to 
increase our membership to at least three hundred 
(300) members. To do this an old member must 
re-join and get at least two (2) new Athletic Di- 
rectors to join. This organization can do nothing 
but help us as Athletic Directors, and can be in- 
valuable to school systems throughout our state. 

If you have not yet joined the K.H.S.A.D.A., 
for the 1973-74 school year, please send a $5.00 
check to: 

And.v Hopkins. President 
Kentucky High School Athletic 
Directors' Association 
400 Lafayette Parkway 
Lexington, Kentucky 40503 
When we receive your check we will send you 
your 1973-74 Athletic Directors' membership card. 
Thank you in advance. 

Andy Hopkins — 
President 



Lafayette Golfers Are Winners 

The Lafayette High School won the ninth 
K.H.S.A.A. State Golf Tournament for Girls, held 
at the Glasgow Country Club, on May 22-23. Myra 
Van Hoose of Lafayette was the individual winner 
for the fourth straight year, with a score of 147. 
The tournament was managed by Miss Matilda 
Walker of the Ballard High School. 

Fifteen full teams competed in the tournament, 
having qualified in regional conipetition. These 
teams and their scores were: Lafayette, 653; Ken- 
tucky Country Day, 658: Greenville, 734; Glasgow, 
772; "Ballard, '788; Stanford, 821; Marion County. 
824; Maysville St. Patrick. 836; Caldwell County, 
856; Tates Creek, 857; Franklin County, and Cor- 
bin 859; Woodford County, 938; Owen County, 
1,027. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were: 

147 — Van Hoose (Lafayette) 
151 — Mayes (Lafayette) 
161 — L. Crawford (Ky. Country Day), Henley 

(Lafayette) 
163 — Allen" (Ky. Country Day) 

165 — S. Crawford (Ky. Country Day) 

166 — Ohr (Estill Co.) 

168 — Powell (Clark Co.), Wood (Greenville),, 

Watson (Blazer), Sandefur (Glasgow) 

169 — Radord (Ky. Country Day) 
171 — Buckler (Marion Co.) 

173 — Warlord (Ballard) 

176 — Davenport (Greenville), Lear (Tates Creek) 

177 — Tuttle (Franklin Co.) 



Bowling Green Golf Team is Champion 

The Bowling Green High School Golf team won 
the 1973 State Tournament, held at the Lindsey 
Golf Course, Fort Knox, on May 22-23. Carmello 
Benassi of the Franklin County High School was 
the winner, by a sudden-death playoff with Buzz 
Peel of Paducah Tilghman, in the State Individual 
Tournament, held at the Anderson Golf Course, 
Fort Knox, a week later. The tournaments were 
managed by John Hackett of Fort Kno.x. 

Scores of the leading teams were: Bowling 
Green. 599; Paducah Tilghman, 621; St. Xavier, 
628; Madisonville No-Hopkins. 629; Daviess 
(Contimied on Page Five) 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



AUDIT 

(.Continued jrom Page One) 



Ticket Sellers and Takers 
iSlale Meets) 

Miscellaneous Expenses 
(State Meets) -_ 



Baseball: 

Refunds on District Tournament 
Deficits _ 

Trophies and Avrards -^ 

Refunds on Regional Tournament 

Deficits -__ . 

Transportation (Slate 

Tournament) 

Meals (State Tournament) 

Lodging (Stale Tournament) 

Ticket Sellers and Takers — 

P. A. Announcers 

Umpires (State Tournament) 

Expe.nses — Assistant Manager 

iState Tournament) __ 



Cross Country: 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Tournaments) 

Trophies and Awards 
Expenses — Regional Meets 

Expenses — State Meets . 

Miscellaneous Expenses 



Football Playoffs: 

Printing . 

Trophies and Awards -- 

Transportation 

Lodging — _ 

Meals 

Field Rentals & Additional 

Labor -^ __ 

Officials - - 

Ticket Sellers and Takers 

P. A. & Scoreboard 

Footballs 

Incidental Expenses — Board 

Grant _- 

Towel Service — . 

Press Box Expenses 

Special Police -_-- 

Honorarium & Expenses — Game 

Managers 

Miscellaneous Expenses — 

Usher Service 



Rifle Marksmanship: 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Tournament) 

Trophies and Awards — 

Officials . - 

Miscellaneous Expenses (State 
Tournament) 

Wresting: 

Expenses — State Committee __ . 

Trophies and Awards 

Officials (State Tournament) __. 
Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(Stale Tournament) ^-__ 

Printing . _ 

Rentals (State Tournament) 

Police (State Tournament) 

Refunds on regional Tournament 

Deficits 

Miscellaneous Expenses (State 

Tournament) . _ _ 

Ticket Sellers and Takers (State 

Tournament) 



Soccer: 

Expenses State Committee 

Trophies and Awards 

Expenses— State Meet 



Gymnastics: 

Expenses — State Committee 

Trophies and Awards 

Mileage and Local Entertainment 

(State Meets) _ 

Regional Meet Expenses 

Total Disbursements -- 

Receipts 

Disbursements —- 



35.00 
194.30 



1.407.89 
2,771.78 

405.70 

609.84 

1,596 DO 

1,360.00 

85.00 

50.00 

883.07 

185.00 



1,413.50 

2,192 27 

5.41 

324.17 

219.00 



337.20 
81.50 
55.00 



1,012.09 
593 11 
868:00 

3,026.66 

79.17 

659.86 

105.00 

251.98 

404.96 

60.00 



269.00 
417.00 



1,152.65 
18.37 



20,460.29 



9,359.28 



4,154.35 



443.33 
734.50 
805.00 
555.00 
2,187.47 

1,242 31 
663.50 
662.00 
127.00 
145.00 

4,800.00 

15.00 

102.54 

341.25 

40192 
45.80 
246.00 13,517.62 



7,060.83 



129 00 
54.16 
851.00 1,034.16 



1,857.02 

_S 317,966.78 

_S 387,649 08 

317,966.78 



BANK RECONCILEMENT 

Balance per bank statement. June 30. 1973 
Less Outstanding Checks: 

727 S 73.86 



S 75.910.67 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No 
No. 



893 

896 

941 

1007 



No. 1023 
No. 1033 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No 



1043 
1047 
1050 
1067 
1082 
1101 



36.00 
36.00 
60.00 
43.00 
28.50 
13.50 
26.00 
55 60 
28.40 
26.30 
28.40 
111.20 



1102 28.40 

No. 1132 . 25.20 

No. 1170 -- 40.00 



No. 1241 
No. 1247 



No 
No. 
No. 



1250 
1252 



65.00 
26.00 
37.85 
25.10 



1255 _„ 39.10 

No. 1257 --. 37.65 

No. 1261 . 51.15 

Nc. 1264 __ — 1100 

No. 1278 48.00 

No. 1282 65.50 

No. 1284 229.20 

No. 1285 51.85 

No 1286 4,241.00 

No! 1287 -- 208.29 

No. 1288 --__ 422 52 



6,228.37 



True Bank Balance June 30, 1973 S 69,682.30 

1973 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Ticket Sales — 5282,173.00 

Profit on Programs 2,774.63 

Radio Fees -- 4,160.00 

Television Fee --__ 10,700.00 

Redeposit 168.00 3299,975.63 



DISBURSEMENTS: 






Printing . _ 


2,073.44 




Trophies and Awards 


843 57 




Postage . .-- 


544.25 




Insurance 


1,605.00 
8,000.00 




Incidental Expenses (16) Teams -- 




Transportation 


1,698.30 




Lodging _ ^_-- 


11,992.06 




Meals 


14,444.96 
13,430.86 




Coliseum Rental -- 




Officials' Fees and Expenses 


2,554.10 




Scorers a,nd Timers 


829.00 




Shot Chart Keepers and Statisticians 


835 00 




Ushers ----- . 


2,520.00 




Ticket Sellers, Takers and Guards -_ 


4,972.52 




Public Address Announcers 


370.00 






250.25 
192.04 




Milk Bar Expenses . 




Miscp'laneous Expenses — Tournament 








320.88 




Honorariums and Expenses — Ass'l 








2,344.40 






25 00 

168.00 

13,568.46 

221.00 








Stale Sales Tax . - 






83.803.09 






Transfer of Funds— Amount Transferre 


d 




to K.H.S.A.A as Tournament Pi 


ofit . 3216,172.54 


Balance per bank statement, June 30 


1973 . 3 


307.11 


Less Outstanding Check: 






No. 106 - 


-S— 307.11 




True Bank Balance June 30, 1973 ___ 




-0- 



1972-73 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance July 1, 1972 3 

Transferred from K H.S.A.A. General 

Fund 

Interest received from Savings & 

Loans Ass'ns -- 

Interest received from Certificates of 

Deposit 



6,051.87 
5,000.00 
472.50 
2,420.74 S 13,945.11 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Insurance Premiums 
Retirement Payments 



4,757.85 
4.200.00 



8,957.85 



Cash Balance S 69,682.30 



Cash Balance -- 

Balance per ba^k statement, June 30, 1973 



S 4,987.26 
3 5,337.26 



THE KENT UCKY H IGH SC HOOL AT HLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 
Less Outstanding Check: T^*~ 

No. 17 — s_ 350.00 Murray Tennis 

True Bank Balance June 30, 1973 S 4,987.26 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: Ballard Tennis- 

Cash Balance— Isl Security Nat'l 

Bank & Trust Co. S 69,682.30 

Savings Certificate — 1st Security Nat'l 

Bank & Trust Co. -- 60,000.00 i 

Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1973 5129,682.30 .asf,^jh^ "2-^ \ 

Estimated Value of K.H.S.A.A. Building .^:JBmt^^^mCji::^^ 

St Equipme.nt _'__-_ . 3265,594.20 

Total K.H.S.A.A. Assets 5395,276 50 

K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT FUND ASSETS: 

Cash Balance- 1st Security Nat'l 

Bank & Trust Co. 5 4,987.26 ii^Sk 

Ceniral Bank & Trust Co.— Certificate 12,000.00 "WW^ - » 

Bank of Commerce — Certificate 15,000 00 ^^^ ^ f ' i 

Is; Federal S. & L. Ass'n—Certificates 9,000^00 ^'^^•-i* S / 

1st Fed. S. 8i L. Ass'n — Savings Account 4,604./!l ^^^3 W B ^ 

1st Security Nafl Bank & Trust Co.— ?^^»f ' ^M"^ '% 

Savings Account __ . 25,736.30 

Second Nat'l Bank & Trust Co. — Certificate __ 10,000.00 (Left to right) Del Purcell 

Bank of Commerce — Certificate -- 5,000.00 championship doubles team, 

singles champion. 

Total Retirement Fund Assets 5 86,327.77 



Page Five 



-Team Winner 

-Singles Winner 




Mel Purcell, Murray, slate 
Gary Plock, Ballard, state 



Lafayette Tennis — Team Winner 
Sacred Heart — Singles Winner 




(Left to Right) Janice Muccie and Jackie Gibson, Lafay- 
e..e, state championship doubles team. Colleen Jones, 
Sacred Heart, state singles champion. 



Golf Champion 

(Continued from Page Three) 

County, 644: Hopkinsville, 646; Covington Catholic, 
647; Mason County, 653; Dixie Heights, 659; Rus- 
sell, 661; Southern, 665. 

Individual scores of some of the tournament 
leaders were: 

144 — Benassi (Franklin County), Peel (Paducah 
Tilghman) 

146 — Riddle (Madisonville) 

147 — Ray, (Somerset) 

149 — Fabel, (Madisonville), Brown (Harrods- 

burg). Cox (LaRue County) 

150 — Golhher (Paducah Tilghman), Riegler 

(Covington Catholic), Riley (Russellville), 
Rogers (Bowling Green) 

151 — Krumplenian (Holy Cross) 

152 — Nieman (Covington Catholic), Gai-y (Bowl- 

ing Green), Mahan (Clark County) 

153 ~ Cottonhoff (Hopkinsville), Ogden "(St. Xav- 

ier), Ross (Southern) 

154 — Striplin (Mason County), Miller (St. Xav- 

ier) 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

July 27, 1973 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Kenlake State 
Park, Aurora, Kentuck.y, on Friday morning, July 
27, 1973. The meeting was called to order by Pres- 
ident Richard Vincent at 9:30 A.M. Present were 
Board members J, C. Cantrell, William C. Doan, 
Arthur Hawkins, W. P.Wheeler, Zeb Blankenship, 
Andrew J. Fultz, Louie Martin, Frank Simpson, 
Roy Winchester; new Board members Howard R. 
Crittenden and James R. Williams; Commissioner 
J. B. Mansfield and Assistant Commissioners Tom 
Mills, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise. The invoca- 
tion was given by J. C. Cantrell. 

Rov Winchester moved, seconded by William 
C. Doan, that the readin.g of the minutes of the 
June 6th meeting be waived, since members of 
the Board had received copies of the minutes. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

At this point. President Vincent welcomed 
Mr. Andy Hopkins, Athletic Director for the Fay- 
ette County Schools, and Coach Bobby Barlow of 
Bryan Station High School, Lexington, to speak 
on behalf of a proposal which they had submitted 
on the realignment of the football and basketball 
districts and regions of the state. Following their 
presentation and a lengthv discussion. President 
Vincent thanked Mr. Hopkins and Coach Barlow 
for coming before the Board and they departed. 
After further discussion on the matter by the 
Board. Commissioner Mansfield was instructed to 
inform Mr. Hopkins that a committee would be 
formed by the Board to study the present pro- 
gram for possible changes which may be sub- 
mitted to the member schools for consideration. 

President Vincent welcomed Howard R. Crit- 
tenden and James R. Williams as new members 
of the Board, and called for the election of Board 
officers for 1973-74. Arthur Hawkins moved, sec- 
onded by William C. Doan, that Frank B. Simpson 
and W. P. Wheeler be elected respectively Presi- 
dent and Vice-President of the Board of Control 
by acclamation. The motion was carried unani- 
mously. 

Before turning the chair over to President 
Simpson, Mr. Vincent spoke briefly on the high- 
lights of his four years as a member of the Board, 
expressed his pleasure at being able to serve the 
Association and pled,ged his future support for its 
continued success. 

(Conthmed on Page Ten) 



Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AA GIRLS 

Lexinglon, Kenlucky, May 26, 1973 
Paducah Tilghman High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1973 




VjsL. i\ i 

(Lefl to Rightl Frcnl Row L. Kell3y, C. Glcire, L. Mitchell, T. vValdon, S Shannon, T. 
Stamler. Second Row: Asst Coach R. Pelley, C Curtis, J. Ridgeway, O. Hamilton, M. 
L. Greer, L. Lynn, B. Craig, L, Myre, Coach D. Mills. 



Pipes, L. 
Marshall, 



SO Yard Hurdles- 



Hill 



1 Hill. Oldham County 

2. Ballew. Bryan Station 

3. Hill. Apollo 

4. Hoggs. Blazer 

5. Handley. LaRue Countv 
Tinie-7.0 

tied the state record with her 
time of 7.0 

80 Yard Hurdles— 

1 Hill. Oldham Countv 

2. Ballew. Brvan Station 

3. Hill. Apollo 

4 Walker. Boone County 

5. Campbell. Madison Central 

Time-10.5 
Hill set a new state record with her 
time of 10.5. 

SO Yard Dash— 

1. Wilson, Lafayette 

2. Hughes. Campbell County 

3. Davis. Montgomery Co. 

4. Marshall. Paducah Tilghman 

5. Hightower, Fort Knox 

Time-6.1 

100 Yard Dash— 

1. Harris. Franklin Simpson 

2. Hughes, Campbell County 

3. Davis, Montgomery Co. 

4. Ridgeway. Paducah Tilghman 

5. Lawson, Blazer 

Time-11.6 

220 Yard Dash— 



2. Butler. Christian Co. 

3. Young. Nelson Co. 

4. Croke. Franklin Count>' 
D Morris. Aj^ollo 

Time-2:25.0 



440 Yard Relay- 



1. 


Fort Kno.x 





Lafayette 


3. 


Daviess County 


4. 


Hopkinsville 


0. 


Boone County 




Time-50.3 


880 Yard Relay— 


1. 


Lafa\"etle 


2 


Daviess County 


o. 


Paducah Tilghman 


4 


Warren Central 


0. 


Oldham County 



Hill 
event 



Hill. Oldham County 
Thomas. Blazer 
Smotherman. Franklin Co. 
Harris. Franklin Simpson 
McFarland, Owensboro 

Time-25.5 
set a new state record in this 
v'.ith her time of 25.5. 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Holmes. Fort Knox 
Moore, Franklin Co. 
Shannon. Paducah Tilghman 
Utz. Eoone Count\' 
Thomas. Blazer 

Time-57.8 

880 Yard Run — 

1, Rice. Boyd County 



2. 
3 
4. 
5. 



Time-1:47.3 

880 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Foil Knox 

2. Franklin County 

3. Paducah Tilgliman 

4. Henderson County 

5. Blazer 

Time-l:51.0 
Fort Knox set a new state record in 
this event with their time of 1:51.0 

Mile Relay — 

1. Paducah Tilghman 

2. Harrison County 

3. Owensboro 

4. Fleming County 

5. Bullitt Central 

Time-4:08.6 
Paducah Tilghman set a new state 
record in this event with their time 
of 4:08.6. 

Shot Put— 

1. Custard. Harrison County 

2. Hamilton. Paducah Tilghman 

3. Wheeler, Boyd County 

4. Coates. Madisonville 

5. Cocanougher. Washington Co. 

Distance-38' 1 3 '4" 

Discus — 

1. Hawkins. Harrison County 

2. McKay. Marion County 

3. Doyle, Hopkinsville 



4. Gardner. Blazer 

5 Williams. Russell County 

Distance-119' 8',2" 

High Jump — 

1 Graliam. Fleming County 

2. Beals. Apollo 

3. Campbell. Madison Central 

4. Murphy. Newport 

5. Telle. Harrisoii Countv 

Height-5' IV2" 

Long Jump — 

1 Graham. Fleming County 

2. Harris. Franklin Simpson 

3. Ballew. Br>-an Station 
4 Osborne. Hopkinsville 
5. Hill. Oldham Countv 

Distance-17' 9" 
Graham set a new state record in 
this event with her distance of 17' 9". 

TOTAL POINTS 

Paducah Tilghman . _ 23 

Oldham County 20 

Fori Knox 19 

Harrison Counly 17 

Lafayette . . 16 

Fleming County 14 

Franklin County .. 13 

Franklin Simpson . 12 

Bryan Station 11 

Apollo 11 

Paul Blazer _. 11 

Boyd County 9 

Campbell County 8 

Daviess County __ 7 

7 

e 

5 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 
I 
1 
1 
1 



Hopkinsville 
Montgomery County 

Boone County 

Marion County 

Christian County 

Madison Central 

Owensboro — _ 

Nelson County 

Newrport 

Warren Central 

Madisonville 

Henderson County 

LaRue County 

Russell County 

Washington County _ 
Bullitt Central 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



Page Seven 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A GIRLS 

Lexington, Kentucky, May 26, 1973 
Fort Campbell High School Track Team— K.H.S A.A. Champion 1973 




(Lefl to Righl) Front Row: Mgr. Iris Garcia, L. Syrek. E. Hemphill, S. Agoslo, D, Dallas, 

K. Jones, S McBrayer, C. Jones, Mgr. K. Me;ie;rey. Ssccnd Row: R. Graham, M. Jones, B. 

Can-.p. M. Hemphill, C. Aquano, K. Davis, J Jones. Th'.rd Row: Ccach J. Pyle. D. Camp, K. 

Whilehouse, L. Moreland. R Hoffman, J. bail 3y. V. Russell, A, Jones, J. Davis, J. Ward. 
Fourth Row: C. Smith, G. Hall, S McMichael, L. Johnson. 



50 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Jones. Ft. Campbell 

2. Swintosky. Lex. Catholic 
3 Richardson. Bath Co. 

4. Williams, Greensburg 

5. Utz, Believue 

Time-7.3 

80 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Jones. Ft. Campbell 

2 Swintosky. Lex. Catholic 

0. Ricliardson. Bath Co, 

4. Hamilton. Berea 

5. Williams. Greensburg 

Time- 11.0 
Jones set a new state record in this 
event with her time of 11.0. 

50 Yard Dash— 

1. Crooks. Paris 

2. Brown, Hancock Co. 

3. Williams. Greensburg 

4. Evans. Wurtland 

5. Wilder. Corbin 



3. Hamblin, Williamsbirrg 

4. Shipley. Park City 

5 Stander. Notre Dame 

Time-2:27.6 

440 Yard Relay— 

1. TrigLi County 

2. Temple Hill 

3. Berea 

4. Carroll County 

5. Lexington Catholic 



Time-51.0 



880 Yard Relay— 

1 Fort Campbell 

2. Mercer Count.\' 

3. Carroll County 

4. Harlan 

5. Russellville 



Time-1:48.08 



880 Yard Medley Relay— 



Time-6.2 



100 Yard Dash- 



Fort Campbell 
Georgetown 
Believue 
Bath County 
Hancock County 



Wilcher, Mercer Co. 
Wilson. Trigg Co. 
Brown, Hancock Co. 
Wilder. Corbin 
Pennington, Berea 



Time-1:52.6 



Time-11.7 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Wilcher. Mercer Co. 

2. Wilson. Trigg Co. 

3. Wilder. Corbin 

4. Travis, Carroll Co. 

5. Bellamy, Russellville 

Time-26.2 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Johnson. Ft. Campbell 

2. Crooks. Paris 

3 Pendygraph, Temple Hill 

4. llannan, Berea 

5. Habermehl, Augusta 

Time-1:00.06 

880 Yard Run — 

1. White. Georgetown 

2. Dallas, Ft. Campbell 



Mile Relay — 

1. Trigg County 

2. Lexington Catholic 

3. Harlan 

4. Believue 

5 Bath County 



Time-4:14,6 



Shot Put— 

1. Little. Fairview 

2. Parrish. Henry Co. 

3. Yaden, Bardstown 

4. Carr. Mt. Sterling 

5 Bingham, Trigg County 
Distance-37' 

Discus — 

1. Camp. Ft. Campbell 

2. Ball. Williamsburg 

3. Sergent, Jenkins 

4. Little. Fairview 

5. Young, Harrodsburg 

Distance-110' 



High Jump — 

1. Caldwell. Greensburg 

2 Jones. Ft. Campbell 

3. Browning. Carroll County 

4. Warren, Lexington Catholic 

5. Abbott. Berea 

5. Havens. Morgan County 

Height-5' 1" 

Long Jump — 

1. Travis, Carroll County 

2. White. Georgetown 

3. Smith. Temple Hill 

4. Torain, Providence 
5 Trimble. Paintsville 

Distance-16' 10" 

TOTAL POINTS 



Fort Campbell 43! i 

Trigg Counjy 21 

Carroll Counly IS 

Mercer Counly 16 

Lexington Catholic 15 

Georgetown 14 

Greensburg 12 

Paris _. 10 

Temple Hill 10 

Bath Counly 9 

Berea 8' 2 

Hancock Counly 8 

Fairview . ., 8 

Williamsburg T^/z 

Corbin 6 

Believue S 

Harlan 5 

Henry County 4 

Jenkins __ 3 

Bardstown 3 

Providence 2 

Park City 2 

Ml. Sterling 2 

Russellville 2 

Paintsville 1 

Harrodsburg 1 

Augusta 1 

Noire Dame .. 1 

Morgan Counly '/z 



Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS A BOYS 

Williamsburg High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1973 
Lexington, Kentucky, May 26, 1973 



100 Yard Dash— 

!. Edmonson, Lone Jack 

2. Hansliaw, Kentucky Academ.v 

3. Mundy, Madison 

4. Fryer, Paris 

5. Ray, Carroll County 

Time-10.3 

220 Yard Dash— 

1. Cook, Georgetown 

2 Edmonson. Lone Jack 

3. Hansha\y, Kentucky Academy 

4. Boyd. Batli County 

5. Mundy, Madison 

Time-22.5 

440 Yard Dash— 

Boyd, Bath Co. 

.Tei'feries, Williamsburg 
3. Morrison, Ft. Campbell 
4 McKinney. Russellville 

Murray. Lexington Catholic 
Time-50.0 

880 Yard Run — 

1. Mangus. Model 

2. Jeffenes, Williamsburg 

3. Tinsley, Crittenden Co". 

4. Hawkins. Paris 

5. Leick. Bishop Brossart 

Time-2:01.3 

Mile Run — 

1 Mitchell. Williamsburg 

2 Townsend. Frankfort 
3. Albert, St. Mary 

4- Tnwe. Allen County 

5. Cregor. Ky. Country Day 

time-4:30.C 

2 Mile Run— 

1. Baker, Pro\'idence 

2. Kitt'ck, Berea 

3. Tindle, Hancock Co. 

4. King, Bishop Brossart 

5. Williams. Frankfort 

Tinie-9:52.5 

120 Yard High Hurdles- 

1. Garmon. Allen Co. 

2. Wright. Dayton 

3. Haley, Pikeville 

4. Wombell, Lexington Catholic 

5. Wadkins, Trigg Co 

Time-15.4 



180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. Wright. Dayton 

2. Norris. Cumberland Co. 

3. Thomas, Ft. Campbell 

4. Gorman, Allen County 

5. Rambicure. Lexington Catholic 

Tinie-20,2 

880 Yard Relay— 

1. Batli County 

2. Kentucky Academy 

3. Madison' 

4. Georgetown 

5. Ballard Memorial 

Time-1:32.8 

Mile Relay — 

Ft. Campbell 
Kentucky Academy 
3 Lexington Catholic 

4. Williamsburg 

5. Batli County 

Time-3:28.3 

Shot Put— 

1. Mullins. Berea 

2- .Tohnson. Covington Latin 

3. Bushong. Tompkinsville 

4. Gruhbs Trigg Co. 

5. Jones. Bath Co 

Di'stance-49' 7'-" 

High Jump^ 

Hamblin. Williamsburg 
L\'nch. Edmonson Co. 
Resig, Murray 
Dunbar, Ky. Country Day 
Schmidt, Belleyue 

Height-6T' 

Pcle Vault— 

1. Loyens. Dayton 
n Childress. Min-rray 

3. Browning, Kentucky Academy 

4. Haney, Morgan Co. 

5. Carter, Tompkinsville 

Height-12'0" 



Long 


Jump — 


1. 


Norris, Cumberland Co 


9 


Haley, Pikeville 


3. 


Blanton, Mt, Sterling 


4 


Travis, Carroll Co. 


D. 


Taylor. Paris 


..•^t9 


.ES-3DUB;sta 



Triple Jump — 

1. Norris, Cumberland Co. 

2. Henderson. Ballard Memorial 

3. Blanton, Mt. Sterling 

4. Haley, Pikeville 

5. Bishop. Pineville 

Distance-44' 1" 

Discus — 

1. Sayers. Bardstown 
2 Du'rso. Bellevue 
3! Taylor. Ft. Campbell 
3. Mitchell, Park City 
J. Maffett. Model 

Distance-145' 5" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Williamsburg 22 

Kentucky Academy __-- 18 

BaJh Counly 16 

Daylon 16 

Cumberland County 16 

Fl. Campbell 1* 

Alle;i Counly IJ 

Eerea 1? 

Lone Jack 10 

Pikeville ^ 

Georgelown » 

Lexington Catholic ' 

Madison ^ 

Murray ^ 

Model ' 

Bardstown ° 

Ml, Sterling ° 

Providence -- ^ 

Paris I 

Bellevue * 

Frankfort * 

Ball- d Memorial __ ^ 

Tompkinsville ,_ ^ 

Fdmonssn County J 

Covington Lati.n * 

Trigg County ^ 

Carroll Counly * 

Park City i 

Kentucky Country Day J 

St. Mary ^ 

Crittenden Counly ^ 

Bishop Brossart ^ 

Hancock Counly __ -t 

Morgan County * 

Russe Iville J 

Pineville 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA BOYS 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 28, 1973 
Thomas Jefferson High School Track Team— K.H.S.A.A. Champion 1973 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Northington. Thomas Jefferson 

2. Laird, Male 

3. First, Thomas Jefferson 

4. Sistrunk. Male 

5. Hooper. Iroquois 

Time-9.7 

220 Yard Dash— 

1, Northington. Thomas Jefferson 

2. Hickerson. Male 

3. Laird. Male 

4, First, Thomas Jefferson 
•5. Hooper. Iroquois 

Time-21.8 

440 Yard Dash— 

1. Hill. Thomas Jefferson 
2 Hickerson, Male 

3. Metcalf. Male 

4. Johnson. Eastern 

5. Howe. Dtirrett 

Time-47.R 

880 Yard Run— 

1 G. IIilI, Thomas Jefferson 



3. .Johnson. Eastern 

4. Griggs. Thomas Jefferson 

5. Lawrence. Manual 

Time-14.2 

180 Yard Low Hurdles— 

1. Northington. Thomas Jefferson 

2. Stapp. Stuart 

3. Payne. Thomas Jefferson 

4. Roach. Male 

r> Lawrence, Manual 

Time-19,3 

880 Yard Relay— 

1. Thomas Jefferson 

2. Male 

3. St. Xavier 

4. Flaget 
.5. Eastern 



Time-1:28.8 



Mile Relay — 

1 Male 

2. Thomas Jefferson 

3. Eastern 

4. St. Xavier 



Long Jump — 

1 Gaines. Male 

2. Packer. Flaget 

3. Caulfield. Jeffersontown 

4. Lee, Valley 

5. Hall. Atherton 

Distance-23' &V2\ 
Gaines set a new slate record in this 
event with his distance of 23' B'i"- 

Triple Jump — 

1, Gaines. Male 

2 McNaire, Male 

3! Johnson, Eastern 

4. Trowell, Thomas Jefferson 

5 Havden, Bishop David 

Distance-47' 9 
Gaines set a new stale record^ in this 
event with his distance of 47' 9". 

Discus — 

1. Kupper, Biiihop David 

2. Cowley, St. Xavier 

3. Groves. Flaget 

4. Towns. Male 

5 Autrey, Valley 

Distance-144' 6" 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



Page Nine 



King. Ballard 
H. Hill, Thomas Jefferson 
Akam. Seneca 
Alexander. Stuart 

Tiine-1:55 



Flaget 



Shot Put- 



Wolff. 
Towns. 
Tlioma 
Kupper. 



Mile Run — 

1. Noe, Trinity 

2_ Adams. Iroquois 

^. Buechler. St. Xavier 

4. Scheele. Stuart 

o. Mllli)naii, Ballard 

Tnne-4:17fi Pole Vault 
Noe sel a new slate record in this 
event with his time of 4:17.6. 



McCullcch. 



Western 
Male 
Male 
Bishop 



Time-3:20.' 



David 



St, Xavier 
Distance- 



2 Mil' Run — 

1, Wright, Moore 

2, Pendleton. DeSales 

3, Hare. Doss 

4, Barnett. Butler 

5, Maddv, Stuart 

Tlnif-9:13 8 
Wright set a new slate record in this 
event with his time of 9:13 8. 

120 Yard High Hurdles— 

1 St."pD. Stuart 

2, Payne, Thomas Jefferson 



Mitchell, 

Allseier. 

Nix' St 

Downins 



Fah'dale 
Durrett 
Xavier 
Eastern 



Shutt, Westport 



Height-12' 6 ■ 



High Jump — 



] Greenwell, Wasgencr 

2, Taylor, ?ilale 

3- Trowell, Thonias Jefferson 

4 Heissler, Iroquois 

5, Hall, Atherton 

Height-6'7' 

Greenwell set a new state record 

this event with h:s height of 6' 7". 



TOTAL POINTS 



Thomas Jefferson 62 

Male 61 

^'t. Xavier _. 16 

Stuart 14 

Eastern 131 

Flaget 10 

Bishop David 9 

Inquois 8 

"airdale 6 

Moore - 6 

Trinity 6 

Waggener 6 

Western 6 

Ballard 5 

Durreit 5 

DeSales 4 

Doss 3 

JeffersontOTvn 3 

Valley 3 

Atherton 2 

Buf.er 2 

Manual 2 

Seneca - 2 

Westport 1'; 

Central 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET— CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Louisville, Kentucky, May 26, 1973 
Eastern High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A Champion 1973 



50 Yard Hurdles— 

1 



Schafer, Ballard 
Swan, Tliomas Jefferson 
Deloizer, Southern 
Wolfe, Western 
Smith, Male 

TiniG- 



8S0 Yard Run— 

1. Shgar, Ballard 

2. Sweene,v, Durrett 

3. Martin. Eastern 

4. Daugherty, Southern 

5. Crow, Pleasure Ridge P.u k 

Time-2:24,1 



Discua- 



1. Rismger, Fan dale 

2. Pottinger, Moore 

3 File\", Jcffersontow n 

4. Coleman, Thomas Jefferson 

Dulan. Male 

Distance-105' 7' 



80 Yard Hurdles— 

1. Schafer, Ballard 

2, Swan, Thomas Jefferson 
3 Delozier, Southern 

4, Wilt, Doss 

5, Smith, Male 

Time-ll 
Schafer set a .new state record with 
her time of 11.0. 



50 Yard Dash- 



Davis. Eastern 
Stewart. Manual 
Owens. Manual 
Trotter. Thomas Jefferson 
Bradley, Eastern 

Time-6,3 



100 Yard Dash— 

1. Cole, Male 

2. Stewart. Manual 

3. Da\'is, Eastern 

4. Zoeller, Angela Merici 

5. Newton, Moore 

Time-ll.: 



220 Yard Dash— 

1. Cole, Male 

2 Williams, Central 

3. Davis, Eastern 

4. Newton, Moore 

5. Zoeller, Angela Merici 

Tiine-25.5 



UO Yard Dash— 

1 Krawiec, Eastern 

2. Newton, Moore 

3. Kerley, Western 

4. Cole, Male 

5. Smith, Male 

Time-59 



440 Yard Relay— 

1 Western 

2. Male 

3. Central 
4 Ballard 
0. Southern 



8S0 Yard Relay- 
Eastern 
Male 

3. Durrett 

4. Jeffersontown 
Southern 



High Jump- 



Tinic-49.9 



Time-1:45.2 



880 Yard Medley Relay — 



1, Ballard 
2 Eastern 
3. Male 

Ballard set a 
this event with 



Mile Relay — 

1. Ballard 

2. Durrett 
3 Eastern 

4, Valley 

5. Fairdale 



new 
their 



Time-l:51, 
state record 
time of 1:51 1. 



Time-4:09,9 
new state record in 
their time of 4:09 9. 



Ballard set a 
this e\'ent with 

Shot Put— 

1 ^'opeland, Male 

2, Starke.v, Southern 

3, Mindel, Southern 

4, Thomas. Loretto 

5, Tyler. Jeffersontown 

Distance-37 



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Abrams, Assumption 

2. McCoy, Eastern 

3. Swan,' Thomas Jefferson 

4. Inman, Loretto 

5 Weaver. Fairdale 

Height-5' 6" 
.\b'nms set a new: state record 
this event with her height of 5' 6". 



Long Jump — 



1. 



Mcrette. Male 

2. Samuels. Male 

3, Smith. Eastern 
4 Sims. Fairdale 

.=; Zoeller, Angela Merici 

Distance-18' -'j 
Merette set a new stale record 
Ihis event with her distance of 18' ' 



TOTAL POINTS 



Fastern 48 

Male ---- 44 

Ballard 32 

Thomas Jefferson 17 

Southern 1^ 

Durrett -- JJ 

Manual -- JJ 

Moore __ — *^ 

Fairdale 1" 

Central ° 

Assumption __ | 

Jeffersontown ° 

Western — ^ 

Angela Merici 5 

Loretto -- 4 

Valley J 

•Jess f 

Busier 1 

Pleasure Ridge Pk. ■ 1 

Fern Creek " 

Seneca - — -- " 

Stuart " 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



Kentuck\- High School Baseball Tournament 
Sportscenter, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 



June 4-8, 1973 



Campbellsville (5) 
Owensboro i4) 



St Xavier (10) 



Camphcllyvillc (5) 



Rowan County (5) 



St Xavier f(i) 



Reidland (8) 



Highlands (4i 



Reidland (5) 



Henry Clav (4) 



Somerset (3) 



Hor.ry Clay (12) 



St. Xa\ier (4) 



Henrv Clav (5) 



Tournament Officials 
I-Ccnnetli Ashley, Science Hill 
Bunny Davis. Danville 
William Duerson. Paint Lick 
Dale Griffith, Ashland 
Israel Pardue. Louisville 
Eldrid.se Rogers, Hopkinsville 
.lohn Raines, Danville 
Don T\re. Frankfort 
Don ?Iardin, Morehead 



Henry Clay 



All-Tournament Tcani 
Ih-Ciu'tis King. Ovensboro 
2b-Steve Chandler, Henrv 

Clay 
."jb-Joe Eergamini, St. Xavier 
ss-Dee Deener, Campbells- 
ville 
of-Da\-id Crozier, Somerset 
of-Jim O'Connor, St. Xavier 
of-\Va\ne Steele, Henry Clay 
c -David Mueller, Highlands 
p -John Mauldin, Henry Clay 
p -Nick Gagel. St Xavier 



BOARD MINUTES 

iComntued frum Page Five) 

President Simpson presented his report on the 
National Federation Annual meetinE; recently held 
in Minnesota. 

The Commissioner made a report on Associa- 
Hon receipts and disbursements dunn,t< the 1972- 
73 year. Copies of the audit recently prepared bv 
Huet L. Johnson. Certified Public Accountant 
were given to each member of the Board. Andrew 
Fultz moyed. seconded by William C. Doan. that 
the audit report of the Commissioner be accepted. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

The Commissioner presented copies of the 
proposed 1973-74 budget to the Board for their 
approval. Roy Winchester moved, seconded by 
Andrew Fultz, that the 1973-74 budget as present- 
ed by the Commissioner be approved. All mem- 
bers voted aye. 

President Simpson appointed the following 
committees: 

Policy Committee: Chairman Rov Winchest- 
er. W. P. Wheeler, Frank Simpson, Jack Fultz, 

Trophy Committee: Chairman Arthur Hawk- 
ins, Jim Williams, Tom Mills. 

Retirement Committee: Chairman J. C. Can- 
trell. Howard Crittenden, Louie Martin. 

The Commissioner presented a report on the 
insurance program which the K.H.S.A.A. has with 
The Kingden Company. The 1972-73 year began 
with a reserve cash balance of S23.647.31. The 
Kingden Company paid out a total of .SI 1,1 12.7.5, 
leaving a balance of .$12,.535.06. The K.H.S.A.A. 
paid premiums during the year totaling .$8,.500.00, 
thereby leaving a reserve cash balance of 
S20..53.5.06 to begin the 1973-74 year. J. C. Cantrell 
moved that the Commissioner's report be accepted 
and that the K.H.S.A.A. continue to carry this in- 



surance pro.gram. Arthur Hawkins seconded the 
motion and all members voted aye. 

Following the Commissioner's report on the 
results of a recent poll taken to determine the 
number of schools planning to sponsor girls bas- 
ketball, J. C. Cantrell moved, seconded by How- 
ard R. Crittenden, that the K.H.S.A.A. sponsor a 
Girls State Basketball Tournament beginning with 
the 1974-75 school year. The motion passed unan- 
imously. The Commissioner was instructed to not- 
ify the Superintendents and Principals of mem- 
ber schools of this decision as soon as possible. 

J. C. Cantrell presented the case of Bruce 
Gilbert, a student at Marion C. Moore High 
School, who is ineligible following his transfer 
from Thomas Jefferson Hi.sh School because there 
had not been a correspondin.g change in the resi- 
dence of his parents. Based upon information pre- 
.^ented bv Mr. Cantrell. after considering the cir- 
cumstances, and that Bruce was directed to trans- 
fer bv the Board of Education, Rov Winchester 
moved, seconded bv Louie Martin, that the Board 
declare Bruce Gilbert eligible to participate in 
sports at Marion C. Moore High School beginning 
with the 1973-74 school year. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Board member, William C. Doan, submitted 
his resignation as a member of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Board of Control, effective August 15, 1973, inas- 
much as he would not be a member school prin- 
cipal, he would not be eligible to complete his 
term. Mr. Mansfield was instructed to initiate the 
nroper proceedings to fill this vacancy on the 
Board. 

Rov Winchester moved, seconded by Arthur 
Hawkins, that all bills of the Association for the 
nerind be.'.'inning June I. 1973, and ending June 
30. 1973. be allowed. The motion was carried 
imanimouslv. 

The next meeting date for the Board was 
scheduled for 10:30 A.M.. Saturday, October 13, 
'973. There being no further business, the meet- 
ins ad.iourncd at 1:35 P.M. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



Page Eleven 



Fortieth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Boys 

Lexington, June 7-8, 1973 

SINGLES 



QUiiRTER- SZMl- 

FlilALS FINALS FL>JALS 





Plnck-Ballard 
Stump-Holy Family 


Plock 
6-0: 6-0 


Plock 
6-1: 6-1 


Plock 
6-3: 6-3 






Eads 

6-7- 6-3; 6-1 






Kaltinbach-Highlands 






Lucas 
6-1: 6-1 






Eads-Shelby County 






Schell 
7-."^: 6-3 




Boling-B. Green 


\Tiro];-Cakhvell Co. 




Algood 
2-6; 6-3; 6-1 








Nichols-Caldwell Co^ 


Schell-Owensboro 






Lucas 
7-6: 6-2 










Warner-Ky. Ctry. Day 






Lucas-Georgetown 


Walsh 
6-3: 6-1 






Walsh 
6-2; 6-2 






W .Ish-Trmitv 


P'ock 
6-3; 6-2 




Lawrence- Sayre 






Pickett 
6-2: 6-1 






Gunther-Eastern 






A 1 good 
6-1: 6-2 






Pickett-Greensburg 






Regan 

6-3; 3-6; 6-2 




Stowers-P. Ridge Park 


Stowers-P. Ridge Park 








Hoppe-Danville 


Regan-Butler 








Alguod 
6-0; 6-1 






Hoke-Bellevue 






Algood-Henderson 













DOUBLES 



Stuart 



Paul G. Blazer 



Murray 



Grcensburg 



Bellevue 



Tates Creek 



Paul G. Blazer 
6-3: 0-6; 6-2 



Waggener 



St. Xavier 



Owensboro 



SEMI- 
FINALS 

M:.u'ray 
6-U; 6-0 



Tates Creek 
6-4; 6-3 



Waggener 
6-2; 6-0 



St. Xayier 
6-1; 6-2 



FINALS 



Murray 
6-2; 6-"l 



St. Xavier 
6-4; 4-6; 6- 



Murrav 
6-4; 6-3 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST. 1973 



Fourteenth Annual Kentucky High School Tennis Tournament — Girls 

Lexington, June 8-9, 1973 



C, Jones-Sacred Heart 



QUARTER- 

FTNALS 



SINGLES 

sr.Mi- 

FINALS 



FINALS 





C. Junes 


C. Jones 


C. Jones 




Howell-Ky. Ctry. Day 


6-2: 6-3 
Rothfuss 








Mdrshall-Henderson 


6-2; 6-1 
Rcntz 








Rothfuss-Bellevue 


6-2; 6-8; 6-1 
Chapman 




Chapman-Olmstead 


6-2; 6-0 
Wheeler 








Logsdon-Stuart 


IM, 6-2 
Rentz 




Rentz-Henrv Clav 


4-6; 6-4; 6-4 
B. Jones 








Benni-Clark County 


6-0; 6-3 
B. Jones 


C. Junes 


B. Jones-Sacred Heart 


6-4: 6-1 






Brunriing-Atherton 


6-2; 6-1 
CLu-k 








Clark-Campbellsville 


6-2; 6-0 
Wheeler 








Miller-Henderson Co. 


6-1; 6-4 
I 'on drey 








Steinbeck-Collegiate 


5-7; 6-4; 6-3 








Pondrey-Highlands 


6-2; 6-3 
Wheeler 








Sadlet-Somerset 


6-1; 6-0 








Wheeler-Tates Creek 


(}■'): 6-1 





SEMI- 
FINALS 



DOUBLES 
FINALS 



Lafayette 


Lafayette 


Lafayette 








Villa Madonna 


6-2; 6-1 
Collegiate 








Collegiate 


6-0; 6-3 
Saci ed Heart 








Atherton 


4-6; 6-1; 6-1 
Riciimond Model 






Lafayette 


Richmond Model 


6-4, 6-3 


Henderson Co. 


r.-7; 6-4; 6-2 
Sacied Heart 








Russellville 


6-3; 6-4 




Sacred Heart 




6-2: 6-2 





THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 



Page Thirteen 



Officials' Ratings on SportsiiiaiisJxip of K.H.S.A.A: 
Member Schools in Basketball, 1972-1973 



SCHOOL E 

Adair County ]}!^ 

Adairville _- '^'- 

Ahrens Voc. Tech. ^** 

Allen Central fj 

Allen County ^° 

Anderson County ^' 

AnnviUe Institute '*^ 

Apollo 25 

Atherton 38 

Auburn 50 

Augusta "^^ 

Ai?stin-Tracv ^'^ 

Ballard ___"_ 33 

Ballard Memorial 28 

Barbourville 31 

Bardstown 32 

Bath County 36 

Beechwood 1'^ 

Belfry 31 

Bell County 31 

Bellevue 39 

Benton 33 

Berea Community 37 

Bethlehem 36 

Betsy Layne 28 

Bishop Brossart 37 

Bishop David 21 

Boone "County 45 

Bourbon County 30 

Bowling Green 34 

Boyd County ■''« 

Boyle County 37 

Bracken County SI 

Breathitt 51 

Breckinridge County 38 

Bremen 35 

Brvan Station 34 

Buckhorn in 

Bullitt Central 42 

Burgin 37 

Burnside 41 

Butler 36 

Butler County 24 

Caldwell Coimty 15 

Callo\say County 34 

Campbell County 33 

Campbellsville _I 42 

Cane>T.-ille 33 

Carlisle County 54 

Carr Creek 44 

Carroll County 30 

Casey County 46 

Catlettsburg 15 

Caverna 37 

Central 18 

Central City 42 

Chandler's Chapel 36 

Christian County 41 

Clarkson 27 

Clay County 30 

Clinton County 33 

Combs Memorial 20 

Conner 40 

Corbin 30 

Cordia 30 

Covington Catholic 39 

Covington Latin 36 

Crab Orchard 29 

Crittenden County 28 

Cuba I 11 

Cumberland 37 

Cumberland County 31 

Danville 42 

Daviess County 42 

Dawson Springs 35 

Dayton 47 

Deming 32 

DeSales 31 

Dixie Heights 41 

Dorton 30 

Doss 35 

Drakesboro 30 

DuPont Manual 23 

Durrett 26 

Earlington 41 

East Carter 47 

East Hardin 42 



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Page Fourteen 



SCHOOL 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1973 

COACH CROWD TEAM 

EGFPEG FPEGFP 



Eastern }^^ 

Edmonson County -*- 

Elirabethlown __" -j" 

Elkhorn City 'ji 

F-nuncnce ^"r 

Estill Comitv ■;; 

Kubank . /. 4' 

Evarts •>" 

E;-el -9 

Faiidale ^^ 

Fairview "^jf 

Fancy Farm 25 

Farminston 26 

Jeds Creek 21 

Fern Creek 25 

Flaget ^J 

Fleming County ■*2 

Fleming-Neon 24 

Fordsville 38 

Ft. Campbell 10 

Ft. Knox 26 

Frankfort 37 

Fi-anklin County 34 

Franklin-Simpson -Ifi 

Frederick Fraize *6 

Fulton 33 

Fulton County 42 

Gallatin County 33 

Gamaliel 19 

Garrard County 37 

George Rogers Clark 45 

Georgetown 39 

Glasgow 33 

Graham 25 

Grant County 57 

Greensburg 17 

Greenup 35 

Greenville 37 

Manccck County 41 

Harlan 29 

Harrison County 32 

ilarrodsburg 32 

Hart County 35 

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Hazel Green Academy 49 

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Henderson 35 

Henderson County 32 

Henderson Settlement 13 

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Henry County 42 

Hickman County 44 

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riiseville 33 

Holmes 32 

Holv Cross 48 

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Hopkinsville 31 

Hughes-Kirk 46 

Hustonville 34 

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Kentucky Country Day 33 

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Laurel County 42 

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Lewisburg 20 

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Lone Jack 32 

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SCHOOL E 

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J-ynch S9 

Lynn Camp 27 

Lyon County 54 

M. C. Napier 28 

Madison 42 

Madison Central 30 

MadisonviUe-N. Hopkins __ _ ■^^ 

Male 20 

Marion County 24 

Mason County -"S 

Mayfield -1 

Maysville 30 

McCrearv County 41 

McDowell I _ 51 

McKell 32 

McKinney 27 

McLean County 33 

Meade County 26 

Memorial 36 

Menifee County 37 

Mercer Countv 28 

Metcalfe County 34 

Middlesboro 43 

Millard 27 

Millersburg Mill Inst. 37 

Model 1 30 

Montgomery County 33 

?^Ionticello 38 

Moore 25 

Morgan Cotmtv 33 

Mt. Sterling 40 

Muhlenberg Central 44 

Mullins 20 

Murray 29 

Nancy 41 

Nelson County 29 

Newport 40 

Newport Catholic 47 

Niciiolas Countv 40 

North Hardin ' 35 

North Marshall 35 

Ohio County 35 

Oldham County 35 

Olmstead 30 

Oneida Baptist Institute 27 

Owen County 34 

Owensboro 40 

Owensboro Catholic 35 

Owsley County 29 

Paducah TDghman 40 

Paintsville 29 

Paris 39 

Park Citv 29 

Paul G. Blazer 32 

Pendleton Countv 49 

Phelps 23 

Pikeville 39 

Pine Knot 33 

Pmeville 31 

Pleasure Ridge Park 27 

Portland Christian 37 

Powell County 29 

Prestonsburg 40 

Providence 27 

Pulaski Countv 38 

Raceland 28 

Red Bird 23 

Reidland 27 

Riverside Christian 39 

Rockcastle County 40 

Rowan County 43 

Russell 47 

Russell Countv 30 

Russellville 26 

Salversville 39 

Sandv Hook 38 

Savre 37 

Scott County 45 

Scottsville 43 

Sedalia 29 

Seneca 33 

Shawnee 24 

Shelbv Countv 62 

Shelbvville 31 

Sheldon Clark 32 

Shopville 25 

Silver Grove 53 

Simon Kenton 31 

Somerset 37 

Soutli Hopkins 56 

South Marshall 24 

Southern 32 



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St. Henr>- 39 

St. Mary 51 

St. Patrick 37 

St. Romuald 32 

St. Thomas 46 

St. Xavier 27 

Stanford 32 

Stuart 25 

Symsonia 35 

Tales Creek 49 

Taylor County 37 

Tavlorsville 51 

Temple Hill 31 

Thomas Jefferson 30 

Todd County Central 35 

Tollesboro 47 

Tompkinsville 20 

'(■rigg County 36 

Trimble County 40 

Trinity Louisville 34 

Trinity Whitesville 38 

Union County 39 

University Breckinridge 34 

Valley 29 

Virgie 25 

Waggener 32 

Walton-Verona 48 

Warren Central 33 

Warren East 30 

Washington County 37 

Wayne County 29 

Webster County 17 

West Carter 37 

West Hardin 29 

West Hopkins 34 

Western Louisville _^ 37 

Western Sinai 26 

Westport 9 

Wheelwright 46 

Whitesburg 24 

Whitley County 30 

Williamsburg 32 

Williamstown 44 

Wingo 26 

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(Lefl lo Righl) Front Row: Joe Seavers, Ludlow; Shirley Walls, Lexinglon; 
Bernard Johnson, Lexinglon; Joe Russell-, RussellviUe. Second Row: Lawrence Mc- 
Ginnis, Owensboro; Jack Goodman, Brandenburg; Karl Schmilt, Louisville; Curl 
Davis, Louisville; Paul Walker, Bowling Green; Tommy Runyon, Belfry. 




Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



SEPTEMBER 1973 




Football Districts and Regions 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association set the football dis- 
tricts and regions for 1973 and 1974 as follows: 

Class AAA 
Region I 

District 1 — 

Bishop David. DeSales. Iroquois, Male, Shaw- 
nee. Trinity 
District 2— 

Atherton, Central. duPont Manual, Flaget, St. 
Xavier 

Region II 
Eistrict 1 — 

Butler. Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, 
Western 
District 2 — 

Fern Creek. Jeffersontown, Marion C. Moore, 
Thomas Jefferson 
District 3 — 

Durrett, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Southern 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Eastern, Seneca, Waggener, Westport 

Class AA 
Region I 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Caldwell County, Christian 
County, Franklin-Simpson, Hopkinsville, Lone 
Oak, Mayfield, North Marshall, Paducah Tilgh- 
man 
District 2 — 

Apollo. Daviess County, Henderson, Hender- 
son County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio 
County. Owensboro. Owensboro Catholic, Union 
County 

Region II 
District 1 — 

Adair County, Breckinridge County. Bullitt 
Central, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
LaRue County, Marion County, Meade County, 
Nelson County, North Hardin. Oldham County, 
Shelby County, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Casey County, Danville, 
Harrison County, Jessamine County, Scott Coun- 
ty, Somerset, Woodford County 

Region III 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport Cath- 
olic, Simon Kenton 
District 2 — 

Bryan Station, Clark County, Franklin Coun- 
ty, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Madison Central, Paul 
G. Blazer, Tales Creek 

Region IV 
District 1 — 

Bell County, Corbin, Cumberland, Evarts, 
James A. Cawood, Knox Central, Laurel County, 
Middlesboro, Rockcastle County, Russell County, 
Whitley County, Wayne County 
District 2 — 

Belfi-y, Boyd County, Breathitt County, East 
Carter. Greenup County. Hazard, Johnson Cen- 
tral, Leslie County, M. C, Napier, Prestonsburg, 
Russell, Whitesburg 

Class A 
Region I 
District 1 — 

Crittenden County. Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Fulton County, Heath, McLean County, Murray, 
Reidland, Russellville, Todd Central, Trigg Coun- 
ty, Webster County 



District 2 — 

Allen County, Barren County, Butler County, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Cum- 
berland County, Edmonson County, Gamaliel, 
Glasgow, Green County. Hancock County, Hart 
County, Metcalfe County, Park Citv, " Taylor 
County, Tompkinsville, Warren East. 

Region II 
District 1 — 

Anderson County, Bardstown, Boyle Coun- 
ty, Garrard County, Harrdosburg, Kentucky 
School for the Deaf, Mercer County, Stanford, 
Washington County 
District 2 — 

Berea, Estill County, Frankfort, Georgetown, 
Madison, Millersburg Military Institute, Nicholas 
County, Paris, Sayre 

Region III 

District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Carroll County, Dayton, 
Eminence, Henry County, Kentucky Country Day, 
Ludlow, Owen County, Shelbyville, Trimble 
County 
District 2 — 

Bath County. Callettsburg, Fairview, Flem- 
ing County, Lewis County, Louisa, Maysville, 
Montgomery County, Morgan County, Mt. Sterl- 
ing. Raceland, Rowan County, West Carter 

Region IV 

District 1 — 

Harlan, Lynch, Lynn Camp, Pineville, Wil- 
liamsburg 
District 2 — 

Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, Jenkins, Johns 
Creek, Mullins, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Vir- 
gie. Wheelwright 



FILMS 

The films listed below are in Ihe Film Library of Ihe 
Universily of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
lellora "e, j. s, c, a" refer to elemejitary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Football 

BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel 
$2.00. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; 
stance, grip, "feel" of the ball, fingertip control 
adjustment before throwing or kicking, receiving 
passes from center or from a back, catching passes 
and punts, ways of carrying ball, and changing 
from one hand to another. Game shots are pre- 
sented, using slow motion and stop action tech- 
niques, and superimposed animation to illustrate 
principles. 
BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, $2.00. 

Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in 
this film; position, speed, drive, follow-through, 
timing, and body control. Describes shoulder and 
body blocks, demonstrating several varieties of 
these. Importance of good physical condition, 
practice, and experience are emphasized. Special 
photography used to illustrate different points. 
FOOTBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels {30 
min.), color, $1.00. 

The film will give to the viewer a better un- 
derstanding and a keener appreciation of foot- 
ball. Modern photography presents many play 
situations that portray the guidelines used by of- 
ficials in making judgment decisions so necessary 
in this sport. 

(Continued on Page Ten) 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Orgct)/ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI 



SEPTEMBER, 1973 



$1.00 Per Year 



K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control 
Officers — 1973-74 





Frank B. Simpson 
Presidenl 



W. P. Wheeler 
Vice-Presidenl 



Frank B. Simpson. Jefferson County Assis- 
tant Superintendent tor General Administration 
Services, was elected President of tiie Board of 
Control at the summer meeting of the directors, 
held on July 27. 1973. W. P. Wheeler, principal 
of the Daviess County Higli School, Owensboro. 
was named Board Vice-President. 

Franli B. Simpson graduated from Kentucky 
State College in 1942. He received his M.A. degree 
from the University of Kentucky in 1956. He was 
a high school principal for twenty-one years, 
twelve years of which were spent at the Todd 
County High School where he was basketball and 
track coach. He was principal of the Hopkinsville 
Attucks High School during the 1958-67 period 
being appointed to his present position with the 
Jefferson Countv Board of Education on July 1, 
1967. 

While in Western Kentucky Mr. Simpson 
served as Vice-President of the East-41 Basket- 
ball League, President of the Third District 
Teachers Association, and President of the Sec- 
ond District Principals Association. He served 
twelve years on the Executive Committee of 
Kentucky State College Alumni Association. He 
served three years on the Governor's Commis- 
sion on Higher Education. He was on the Region- 
al Mental Health Board of Hopkinsville for five 
years, and has been a steward in the Christian 
Methodist Episcopal Church for twenty-seven 
years. A former Kentucky State College athlete. 
Mr. Simpson played three sports in high school, 
basketball, football and track. 

W. P. Wheeler was born in McLean County. 
He is a graduate of the Calhoun High School. 
He received his B.S. degree from Western Ken- 
tucky State Teachers College in 1949. He received 
his M.A. degree from this institution in 1954. He 
has done post-graduate work at both Peabody 
and Indiana University. 

In 1949 Mr. Wheeler started his coaching 
career at the Utica High School, later becoming 
principal of the school. In 1959 he became prin- 
cipal of the Daviess County High School. He 
did his military service in the 13th and 82nd 
Airborne Division (Paratrooper). 



In 1962 Mr. Wheeler was selected "Outstand- 
ing Young Man of the Year" for Owensboro and 
Daviess County by the Owensboro Jaycees. He 
is active in church and civic work, serves on 
the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement, 
and sponsors a "Hunting and Fishing" club at 
his school. 



1973 Football 

Early Season Questions 
INSTALLMENT I 
EDITOR'S NOTE: These inlerpretations of th« 
1973 National Alliance Football Rules do not set 
aside nor modify any rule. They are made and 
published by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations in response to situa- 
tions presented. 

Clifford B. Fagan, Editor, 
National Federation Publications 

Publications Corrections 
RULE BOOK: 

Page 55: Catch Signal: ". . . and laterally wav- 
ing one arm onlv at full length above the head." 
CASE BOOK: 

Play 38: The last sentence should read: "It will 
be 1st and 5 for A from its 15 yardhne." 

Play 115B: The last sentence should read: "In 
this case the basic spot of enforcement is behind 
the spot of the foul and therefore A will be 
penalized 15 yards from the basic spot." 

Play 115C: 'Ruling to read: "The failure of A2 
to properly wear his mouth and tooth protector is 
a foul during a loose ball play and will be ad- 
ministered from the previous spot." 

Play 302G: Last sentence of ruling should read: 
"It would be 1st and 10 for R following admin- 
istration of the penalty for the foul by R2." 
RULES ILLUSTRATED AND SIMPLIFIED: 

Page 5T: Change the caption to reaa: "Each 
team may choose a ball with a different cover 
at the beginning of the game for those downs in 
which it snaps or kicks." 

Page 51T: Cross out "RECOVERS FUMBLE" 
and change the caption to read: "When a player 
who is out-of-bounds contacts the ball which is 
in the field of play he causes the ball to be out- 
of-bounds." 

Page 89B: Cross out "DEFENSIVE PASS IN- 
TERFERENCE" and re-write the caption as fol- 
lows: "Even though the pass is intended for num- 
ber 75, the contact by the defensive man is not 
pass interference because number 75 is an ineligi- 
ble receiver. However, any foul by the defensive 
man (holding, clipping, tripping) causes the sit- 
uation to become a double foul and the down 
will be replayed." 

Play Situations 
1. Play: During his inspection of the field, the 
referee notices the intersections of the sidelines 
with the endlines and the inbounds lines extend- 
ed and the endlines are marked with 4-inch 
diameter circular cones which are 21 inches in 
length. 

(Continued on Page Nine) 



Pafie Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1973 



SEPTEMBER. 1973 VOL. XXXVI— No 2 

t-ub.ished monlhly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 

CJtice of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

-Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V, WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 
President Frank B. Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville 

Vice-President W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Directors J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 

Howard R. Crittenden (1973-1977), Marion; Andrew J. 
Fultz (1972-1976). Olive Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins (1972- 
1976), Ml. Sterlino; Louie Martin (1972-1976). Corbin; 
James R. Williams (1973-1977). Somerset; Roy L. Win- 
chester (1970-1974), Bethlehem. 

Subscription Rate SI. 00 per year 

Football Assigning Secretaries 

Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise con- 
ducted a meeting for Football Assigning Sec- 
retaries at Bowling Green. Invited to the meet- 
ing were the assigning secretaries of the Associ- 
ation. These men will assign officials, conduct 
additional clinics for officials, coaches and play- 
ers, and will assist new officials with their regis- 
tration. 

The names and addresses of the assigning 
secretaries, with the residence and business 
phone numbers (business numbers given first) 
are as follows: 

Joe Russell. Box 213. Russellville. 726-9531. 

726-6983 
Lawrence McGinnis. 2711 Windsor, Owens- 
boro. 683-1016. 683-9948 
Paul Walker. 625 Meadow Lane, Bowling 

Green. 843-3249. 843-8893 
Jack Goodman. 514 Springdale. Brandenburg, 

422-3363. 422-2072 
Karl F. Schmitt, 710 E. Walnut. Louisville. 

584-8269. 458-9065 
Joe Seavers. 2517 Ann Street. Ludlow, 291- 

8925. 341-0213 
Bernard Johnson. 322 Blueberry Lane, Lex- 
ington, 258-2898. 277-2883 
Cleophus Pursifull. 808 Dorchester Avenue, 

Middlesboro, 337-2102, 248-1332 
R. B. Singleton, Box 53, Hindman, 642-3585, 

785-3262 
Tommy D. Runyon, Box 181, Belfry. 353-7362. 

353-7883 
Frank V. Firestone. 224 Cardinal Road, Rus- 
sell, 836-8822. 836-5120 

New Film — Basketball Today 

BASKETB.^LL TODAY opens with a comi- 
cal reenactment of the original version of the 
game and shows how refinement of the rules led 
to the exciting game we see today. Modern pho- 
tographic techniques enhance the teaching of 
this film, illustrating and defining person con- 
tact, screening principles, goal tending and bask- 
etball interference, the various types of fouls, 
time limitations and some special emphasis on 
proper officiating mechanics. 

Two prints of the film have been secured by 
the K.H.S.A.A. Member schools may secure the 
film by writing the Film Library, College of Ed- 
ucation. University of Kentucky. At least two 
dates on which you can use the film should be 
given due to the heavy demand for the film at 
the start of the season. 



Basketball Clinics 

The 1973-74 required rules meetings for bask- 
etball officials and coaches will be conducted by 
Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. Players 
and other members of the school's coaching staff 
are invited to attend the clinics. Basketball 
coaches are urged to bring their scorers and 
timers to the meetings. The dates and sites of the 
meetings are as follows: 

Octobei 1. Somerset High School, 7:00 P.M. 
October 2, Bell County High School, Pine- 

ville. 7:00 P.M. 
October 3, Hazard High School, 7:00 P.M. 
October 4, Prestonsburg High School, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 5, Lee County High School, Beatty- 

ville. 7:00 P.M. 
Octobei 9, Morehead State University, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 10, Community College, Ashland, 

7:00 P.M. 
October 11, Mason County High School. 

Maysville. 7:00 P M. 
October 14, Holmes High School, Covington, 

2:30 P.M. 
October 15. Daviess County High School, 

Owensboro. 7:00 P.M. 
October 16, Paducah Tilghman High School, 

7:00 P.M. 
October 17. Murray State University, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 18. Hopkinsville High School. 7:00 

P.M. 
October 22, Reservoir Hill. Recreation Cen- 
ter. Bowling Green, 7:00 P.M. 
October 23, Elizabethtown High School, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 24, Brown Building, Louisville, 7:00 

P.M. 
October 25, Henry Clay High School, Lex- 
ington. 7:00 PM. 

Attention Officials! 

The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. 
football, basketball and baseball officials is called 
to By-Law 28. Section 9. which provides that the 
official shall be supplied with an emblem which 
he shall wear on his sleeve or sweater. The 
emblem is to be worn on the left shoulder shirt 
sleeve approximately one and one-half inches 
below the shoulder seam. The Appioved or Certi- 
fied bar should be worn below the emblem. Fail- 
ure to wear the emblem will make an official 
liable for suspension from the Officials' Division 
of the Association. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

Football — black and white striped shirt (long 
or short sleeves), black baseball cap with white 
piping, white knee pants, black belt, black stock 
ings. black shoes and laces: 

Basketball — black and white striped shir 
(short sleeves, long sleeves by special permission), 
black trousers, black belt, black shoes and laces; 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy 
blue coat or jacket, navy blue shirt if working 
coatless. whii;e shirt if wearing coat or jacket, 
white shirt on bases if all base umpires are 
dressed the same, umpire's navy cap (no player 
caps), indicator and niask of choice, inner pro- 
tector or inflated protector (inflate type if offi- 
cial desires to purchase), black belt, black shoe 
laces, black tie with white shirt. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER 1973 



Page Three 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. — 1973 

(List Compiled September 1) 

. , '' .°".^ telephone number is given for an official 
Iisl-d i! IS th3 home phone unless otherwise designated 
If two numbers are given the first number is that of the 
h nic phre. 
Abncy. William I.. 9 Skyline Trailer Park. Bowling 

Green 4'2101, 84G-I860 
Adams. ^Michael, 58 Hager Drive. Richmond 40475 623- 

Ahrens. James R.. 112 Ward Avenue. Bellevue 41073. 261- 

-■^|,br'Slit. James R. Rt. 3. Shelbyville 40065. 633-4614, 

Aldndge. James R , 284 University =16. Radcliff 40160 

.'51-9689. 351-3181 
Allen. Arthur. Rt. 6. Franklin 42134. 586-6836. 586-3231 
-■ii.t^n. James E,. 4212 Billtovvn Road =3. Jeffersontown 

4.2S9. 267-8521 
AJIgocd. David Allen. 6113 Cathleen Way Louisville 

40213. 969-2530. 361-9941 
All sen. Richard G.. 583 Mitchell Avenue. Lexington 

40503. 277-3032. 277-9134 
Allison. Roy. Box 749. Harlan. 40831. 573-3789 573-4770 
Ambrcse. Edward L. 403 Linden Walk. Lexington 40508 

233-1488 (Bus. I 
Anders. Raleigh A,. 702 Catching. London 40741 864- 

4060 
Anderson. John G.. P O. Box 244, Prestonsburg 41653 

88S-2278. 8G'j -2.346 
Andersen. Luther S.. Rt. 2. Carhsle 40311. 289-2364 289- 

2334 
Armbr.ster. Marvin K-. 113 Rainbow Lane, Clarksville 

Tennessee 37040. 648-1242. 798-4116 
Arflm. Tracy T.. 7540-B McDevett Circle, Fort Knox 

40121. 624-5366. 624-1735 
Aimsrong. Alfred B. 10103 Clearcreek Wav Louisville 

40223. 425-3014, 267-9646 
-Ashwortli. Paul. 465 Happv Drive. Cincinnati. Oiiio 45238 

451-2161. 352-3481 
Austin. Tom A.. 230 Mohawk Drive. Paducah 42001 554- 

4502. 554-4562 
Ayers. Edward L. 625 Laramie Road. Lexington 40503 

277-2:!33. 277-1161. Ext. 44 
Baciqualupo. Eddie. Rt. 2. Alamo. Tennessee 38001 
Baird, James H.. Box 503. Pineville 40977. 248-4160. 337- 

Baldw n. Dennis E.. 104 Olde Enghsh Ct =4 Valley 

Stafon 40272. 935-0667. 448-8210 
Ball. Charles Philip. P.O Box 991, Middlesboro 40965. 

243-4E03 
Earbour. Ralph Barry. 3481 Bathurst Ct.. Lexington 

40503, 278-0144. 278-0144 
Barker. David H.. Bulan 41722, 436-5830, 436-3377 
Barker, Norman. Bulan 41722. 251-2878 
BarnoU. John R., 2436 LaRochelle Road, Lexington 40504, 

2o4-3188, 255-3612 
Bartlett, Charles W., 2303 Chateaugav Loop, Owensboro 

42301. 684-5472. 683-2431. Ext. 235 
Barton. Leon, P.O. Box 497. Barbourville 4090G. 546-6368 

046-.. 661 
Bates. James R.. Box 584. Whitesburg 41858 633-7227 
Batterton. Keith. Harrodsburg 40330, 734-9624. 734-7711. 

Ecanc. John E,. Box 2591. Pikeville 41501, 437-7957. 437- 

Beheler, Donald S., 313 Robin Road, Paris 40361 987-3692 

2.''3-2000, Ext. 2410. Lexington 
^'i','; Clarence T.. 3812 Meadow Haven Road. Louisville 

40218. 491-2846. 582-5573 
Be!l. Ronald Keith. A-126 Cooperstown. Lexington 40508 

iio;j-ll24 
^l^h Ri'ssell G.. 157 Sunset Drive. Frankfort 40601 

2436. 564-4836 
Bellissemo. Frank. 5494 North Glen. Cincinnati. Ohio 

4o211. 574-4471. 352-4653 
Bernardini. Bruno. 5018 B Hammond Heights Ft Camp- 
bell 42223. 798-6874. 798-4214 
Ecro. James J,. Box 2426. Williamson. W Va. 25661 
Bewley, Harry G.. 306 Estate Drive. Elizabethtown 42701 

76O-5018. 769-2311 
Blackford. Robert. 414 Dayflower Court. Edgewood 

41017. 341-3849. 591-0002 
Blanton. Homer. 138 New Hampshire Drive. Ashland 

41101. 324-8600 
Blevins. Donald W.. 1958 Natchez Trail. Lexington 40504 

277-6824. 252-4009 
Bocock. Earl. 1102 Beech Street. Kenova, W. Va 25530 
Boemker. Bob. 69 Thompson Avenue. Ft. Mitchell 41017 

331-1703. 721-2700. Ext. 350 
Bogar. J, seph D.. Box 37. Hardy 41531. 353-4166. 235-3525 
Bordy Phil. 3308 Stratford. Louisville 40218. 458-7005. 

032-3994 



223- 



Boswell. Martin, 107 Marlin St . Providence 42450, 667- 

5143, 249-3132 
Bowling. James Earl. 4406 Heatherbrook Drive. Louis- 

\''le 40220. 459-6451. 363-5688 
Bovles. Jerry. 2407 HiU Crest. Ashland 41101. 324-6995. 

: L';i-4!78 
Er-dford. P. Neil. 3026 Nepperhan Road. Louisville 40220. 

459-2540. 459-2540 
Bradford. Robert L.. 21 Toni Terrace. Ft, Thomas 41075. 

781-1217. 752-16r0 
Bramble. James L.. 153 Manitoba Lane. Lexington 40503. 

272-4826, 278-9355 
Brashear. Loy Ray. Box 121. Upton 42784. 373-3511. 373-5361 
Branch. Charles J-, 117 Westview Drive. Bardstown 40004. 

348-3218. 348-3991 
Eratise. Allen R.. Dr.. 1577 Silverglade Ct . Cincinnati, 

riiio 45240. 851-8484. 921-5300 
Brewer. Jerry. Bonnvman 41719. 436-6200. 436-3155 
B-. ewer. Llovd. Combs 41729. 436-6672. 436-3155 
Bridewe'I. Gilbert. 914 5th. Davton 41074. 581-0389. 581-8071 
Broaddus. William D . Rt. 1. Box 37E. Bardstown 40004. 

348-8006. 549-3373 
Brock. Alben. P O. Box 103, Pmeville 40977, 337-3848, 

337-2058 
Brotzge. Maurice J,, 3029 Beals Branch Drive, Louisville 

40206. 893-7206. 896-4461 
Brown. Bill. 12518 LaGrange Road. Louisville 40223. 241- 

4463. 582-1347 
Brown. Herman G . RFD =2. Shelbvville 40065. 633-2516. 

G33-6372 
Brown. J. W.. 540 E. 3rd Street. Lexington 40508, 252-0954. 

252-32' 2 
Brown. Wendell. Rt. 6. Box 237-B. London 40741. 864-2372. 

864-5127 
Browning. Danny W . Box 567. Gilbert. W. Va. 25621 
Brownlee. Robert R,. Kirwan Tower. Lexington 40506. 

257-1157 
Brubaker. Don. Rt. 3 Box 894. South Point. Ohio 45680, 

377-2235. 377-2235 
Brubaker. John E.. 2511 Farm Hill Drive. Flatwcods 41139. 

8:(-5024. 325-8511. Ext. 508 
Dnmimett. Don. 6110 Six Mile Lane. Louisville 40218, 

452-6037. 448-1513 
Buckley. Robert S,. Jr.. 933 Washington. Flatwoods 41139. 

836-8275. 329-4583 
Bullock. Ted. 668 Wellington Way. Lexington 40503, 277- 

0145. 277-0145 
Burden. Ronald E. 1312 Jannelle Ct.. Lexington 40502. 

272-1271. 278-6824 
Burgess. Oley J . 1708 Sycamore St.. Kenova. W. Va. 

25530 453-2593 
Burke. David Dean. 2509 Needa Street. Flatwoods 41139) 

836-1614. 324-1822 
Burkhart. James G . Box 169. Lovall 40854. 573-1437. 664- 

3444 
Burton. James. 3085 Broadway. Providence 42450. 667-2296 
Burton. John. 2801 Holt Street. Ashland 41101. 325-4097. 

S29-3333. Ext. 8282 
Bvrd. A, Gordon. 6204 Scottwood Drive. Louisville 40258. 

935-9995. 935-9995 
Cam, Gene, 9300 Tavlorsville Road. Louisville 40299. 267- 

1720. 452-4882 
Canadav. Glenn. 201 Lincoln Street. Vine Grove 40175. 

877-5387. 877-5537 
Canadv. Ra\- B,. Box 244. Barbourville 40906. 546-4765, 

546-,3485 
Cannon. James D.. 304 Beattv Avenue. Corbin 40701. 528- 

4071. 528-5056 
CargiU. Thomas. Jr.. 3515 Delpark Terrace. Louisville 

40211. 774-1447. 582-5842 
C.irlberg. John H.. Box 234. Muldraugh 40155. 942-2723. 

942-2730 
Carlson. David A.. 2916 Wasliington Street. Paducah 42001. 

444-7943. 444-6311. Ext 435 
Carr. Billv W.. 612 Village Drive. Franklin 42134. 586-6910. 

586-3261' 
Carr. Lawrence W.. 323 Shelbv Street. Bromley 41016, 

2;.l-2994. 243-3731 
Cato. Robert E.. Court House Square. London 40741. 864- 

7792. 864-2252 
Ca'-d:ll. Roy. 10.000 McNeelv Lake Drive. Louisville 40229, 

968-2930 
Cclm. James Ronald. 3020 Dogwood Drive. Louisville 40220, 

454-0204. 582-5521 
Cecil. Roger. P. O. Box 401, Hazard 41701. 436-6644. 436-2151 

Cliasteen. Earl. 109 Tavlor Drive. Cvnthiana 41031. 234- 

4897. 987-2240 
Chattin. Ernie. 615-17th Street. Ashland 41101. 324-2665, 

325-8586. Ext. 231 
Clhnn. Ralph E.. 523 Southbend Drive. Lexington 40503, 

278-8078. 255-8336 
Cisco. Robert N.. 403 Highland Avenue. Vine Grove 40175. 

877-5503 589-5090 
Clark John E . 1485 Meadowthorpe. Lexington 40505. 253- 

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Clark. Owen B.. 137 Showalter Drive. Georgetown 40324, 

863-3719. 255-2540 
Cleavenger. Ed. 1206 Grant Street. Sturgis 42459. 333-4068. 

389-2419. Ext. 495 
Clements. John L.. Rt. 1. 113 Hilltop Drive. Leitchfield 

42754. 259-4945. 259-3922 
Clemmons. Sam. 226 Ruebv Road. Lexington 40504. 255- 

7566. 254-6684 
Clendenin. C. Michael. 119 Westview Drive. Charleston. 

W. Va. 25311 
Clifford. Michael T.. 332 Hazen Street. Ludlow 410)6, 231- 

5761. 341-C400. Ext. 72 
Cline. Nick. 5505 Whispering Hills Blvd.. Louisville 

40219. 964-0214 
Clusk.v. Joe. Box 294. Matewan. W. Va. 25678 
CoUe.v. Edward D.. Rev.. 1959 Avonlea Avenue. Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45237. 731-7691. 241-0584 
Colley. Lvnn W.. 411 E. 23rd Street. Hopkinsville 42240. 

885-9538. 886-4463 
Collier. Johnny. Nicholasville 40356. 885-4633, 278-7488 
Collins. Charles. 1474 Olive Street. Louisville 40210. 772- 

3817. 634-1551. Ext. 258 
Collins. Ron. 2590 Old Buttermilk Road. Villa Hills 41016. 

341-0570. 431-9964 
Collins. Stephen F . 2027 Winston Avenue. Louisville 40205, 

459-2177. 584-7369 
Conlin. Martin T.. 464 Hazen Street. Ludlow 41016, 291- 

8570. 635-2191 
Cook. Arthur. 210 Bluegrass. Apt. 138F. Newport 41071. 

781-0048 
Cook. Richard. 50 Forest Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075. 441- 

9269 243-3531 
Coplev. Sidney M.. Box 13. Red Jacket. W. Va. 25692 
Corbett. Bvron. P O. Box 87. Bardstown 40004, 348-3540, 

348-3953 
Cornwell. Bobby. Rt. 2. Russellville Road, Franklin 42134. 

586-8250. 586-4451 
Cornwell, James. 506 South Main. Franklin 42134. 586- 

4327. 586-4451 
Courtney. James Dennis. 1532 Yates "Crescent rr41. Lexing- 
ton 40505. 293-1273. 278-6033 
Cowan. Larry G . 101 Clark St.. Clay 42404. 664-2233 
Cowan. R. L.. Sr.. 3609 Green Meadow Drive Apt B-4. 

Louisville 40218. 451-1187. 587-1121. Ext. 387 
Cox. Clarence "Chuck". 497 Hill-N-Dale Drive. Lexington 

40503. 277-5991. 252-5825 
Cox. Colin Kellv, Rt, 2. Box 11. Hazard 41701. 436-5963. 

436-3711 
Craft. Albert B.. 1606 Meadowthorpe Drive. Lexington 

40505. 254-5365. 255-8600 
Cree. Richard W . Jr.. 12507 Farm Brook Drive. Middle- 
town 40243. 245-7287. 456-1160 
Creekmore. Les. Rt. 2. Box 81B. California 41007, 635-4926, 

531-9920 
Crider, Ray. 1120 Fror.el— . Road. Louisville 40214. 368- 

1196. 584-8189 
Crutcher. Marion. Lot 423. Skvline Tr. Park. Bowling 

Green 42101. 781-3373 
Cubert. Jerrv A.. R R. 1 Lawrenceburg 40342. 839-6730. 

233-2000, Ext. 7507 
Cullen. Charles "Bud". 3010 Don Dee Drive, Louisville 

40220. 451-3322. 582-8592 
Cullum. Harold D . 3943 Rhodes Avenue. New Boston. 

Ohio 45662. 456-5229. 456-4559 
Culp. Willard E.. 318 Skyline Park Drive. Hopkinsville 

42240. 886-7967. 886-2457 
Cummings. Robert P.. Jr.. Rt. 2. Box 143. Franklin 42134, 

586-8483. 865-8117 
Curnutte Ivan. 122 Hillview. Greensburg 42743. 932-5047. 

932-5231 
Current. Ellis Rav. 3006 Montavesta Drive. Lexington 

40502. 266-2877. 272-3311 
Current. Robert O.. 225 Vanderbilt Drive. Lexington 40503. 

272-3052. 293-3388 
Dallmann. James W.. 12 Center Street. Jeffersonville. In- 
diana 47130. 283-7255. 283-7255 
Daniels. Bobbv E . 411 Lawson Street. Hurricane. W, Va. 

25526. 562-5821. 696-2935 
Daopoulos. Jim, 3474 Ipswich Ct., Lexington 40503. 277- 

8354. 258-2898 
Davidson. Harlan. Jr.. P. O. Box 52, Hazard 41701. 436- 

6147. 436-3711 
Davis. Ralph C. 1326 S. 7th Street. Ironton. Ohio 45638. 

532-8606. 532-8143 
Day. Richard W . 3370 Commodore Drive, Lexington 40502, 

269-3496. 252-3431 
Day. Roy E.. 1325 Red Bud Lane. Madisonville 42431. 821- 

2265 
Deaton. Daniel E.. Box 362. Matewan. W. Va. 25678 
Deaton. Julian A.. Jr.. P O. Box 102-A, Hindman 41822. 

785-3531, 785-3164 
Dempsey. Glenn T. 121 Bender Drive. Frankfort 40601. 

223-2279. 233-2000. Ext. 7117 
Dent. Don. 1722 Whittier Drive. Jeffersonville. Indiana 
47130. 945-3497. 584-3131 



Denton. Philip E.. 307 S. Main Street, Apt. 4. Somerset 

42501. 679-1647. 679-4361. Ext 346 
Denton. Wm. J.. 6709 Seminole Avenue. Louisville 40214, 

366-2137. 776-9365 
DeSensi. Wm, "Chick". 3723 Dixie Hwv.. Louisville 40216. 

447-5469. 772-3656 
DeSha. Robert L.. 745 Loretto Avenue, Louisville 40211, 

772-9281, 582-a573 
Dewees. Wm. L . 7007 Ashby Lane. Louisville 40272. 935- 

8724 
Douthwaite. Don ild D.. 5754 Biscavne Avenue. Cincinnati. 

Ohio 45211. 574-2238. 574-2238 
Downs. Joseph W.. 829 Bartlev, Bardstown 40004, 348-5123. 

348-3991 

Drake. Richard R.. 72 Donnelly Drive. Ft. Thomas 41075. 

441-4235 
Duff. Earl. 109 Ky. Blvd . Hazard 41701. 436-2604. 436-2604 
Duff. Thomas. Box 111 Fruitland, Tennessee 38335 
Duff William C 2452 Mirahill Ct., Lexington 40509, 269- 

2426. 623-509:; 
Duncan. Jann's T,. Rt. 3. Wildwood Drive. Russellville 

42276. 726-2796. 726-9531 
Durbin. Roy. 2911 Dale Ann Drive. Louisville 40220. 452- 

1730. 587-11! 1. Ext, 237 
Durden, John R . 302 E. Parkview Drive. Hopkinsville 

42240. 886-7,86. 886-4463 
Dyehouse. Junes F.. Jr.. 235 Dantzler Ct,. Lexington 

40503. 266-2334, 254-6491 

Dyer. Rovce L,. Rt, 1. Hickman 42050 

Easlev. Dan W., 105 Bellevue. Wilmore 40390. 858-4072. 

858-3511 
Ebert, Dan. 3384 Tulip Tree Lane. Erlanger 41018. 283-1966. 

491-5990 
Eldridee. Wayne R.. P. O Box 144. Science Hill 42553. 

423-3495. 678-8161 
Elhott. Carroll L.. 307 College St,. Elizabethtown 42701. 

765-4007. 765-6118 
Engle, Orville, 128 Oak Street, Pineville 40977. 337-2916 
English. P. T., Box 217. Union City. Tennessee 38261 
Elovitz. Carl. 1920 Spring Grove Avenue. Lexington 40504. 

277-3994. 873-4901 
Emmons. Guv W.. 6006 Shadow Run Road. Louisville 

40219, 964-7784. 426-4513 
Eubanks. William M.. 708 Darrell Avenue. Franklin 42134. 

586-8973. 586-3231. Ext 70 
Evans. Gary S.. 117 Kittison Drive, Winchester 40391, 744- 

9738, 293-3318 
Evans. Lewis. Rt- 2. Morgantown 42261. 526-4310. 526-3730 
Evans. Willis S.. Jr.. 3600 Montclair, Louisville 40218. 491- 

2317. 582-5410 
Ewen. George, 2082 Rambler Road. Lexington 40503, 278- 

62.35. 278-8476 
Ewing. Roger G . Ill E. O'Brvan. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

3295. 348-9211 
Farina. Lawrence. 2837 Fairway Drive, Tempe. Arizona 

85282. 838-0517, 267-2510 
Faust. Jack. 2427 Concord Drive. Louisville 40217. 634- 

4204, 634-4204 
Fay. John C. 329 Wilson Downing Road. Lexington 40503. 

272-6182. 272-4411 
Feck. Richard A.. R R. 1. Box 50-D. Wilmore 40390. 858- 

4174 
Fenimore. Clarke E.. 3943 Kennison Avenue. Louisville 

40207. 896-4716. 245-0727 
Ferguson. Roy. Rt. 3. Barbourville 40906. 546-4521 
Ferrell, Ronnie D., Box 2500. Williamson. W. Va. 25661. 

237-1344. 235-2323. Ext. 40 
Fields. Harold D,. 804 SummerviUe Drive. Lexington 40504. 

233-1669. 233-2000. Ext 3685 
Fields. Rickey P.. Dr., Webb Avenue. Whitesburg 41858, 

633-2695. 633-2440 
Fields. Ronald M.. 233 Fairview. Henderson 42420, 826- 

9859. 826-8381 
Fish. Leland G.. 537 Folkstone Drive. Lexington 40502. 

266-5087. 252-2312. Ext. 2535 
Fitzpatrick. Kenneth L.. 104 Wooton Street, Hazard 41701, 

436-6121. 436-2212 
Flynn. Bobby. 428 McKenna Ct.. Lexington 40505, 299- 

5902. 255-24'81 
Fortnev. Robert Lee. 2817 Breckinridge Lane. Louisville 

40220. 458-1079. 582-3511. Ext. 472 
Foster. Berrvman E., 927 Waverlv Drive. Lexington 40505. 

255-7374. 252-2312 
Foster. J W.. Rt. 9. Ferguson Road. Lexington 40508, 

299-7121, 277-8703 
Foust. David D.. 101 Volunteer Drive. Somerset 42501. 

678-4764. 678-5101 
Fralev. Bill. 1604 Lee Drive. Henderson 42420. 827-3232 
Frankel. Louis S.. 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville 40220. 

452-6519. 452-6519 
Franklin. Clifford. 10152 Zig Zag Road. Cincinnati. Ohio 

45242. 891-3567. 251-4828 
Frazer. Tom Roe. Rt. 1. Sturgis 42459. 333-4412, 333-4672 
Frazier. T. Brewster. 221 Cardinal Hill. Bardstown 40004. 
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Freed, Howard D,, 1369 Teakwood Avenue. Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45224, 542-5840. 241-9800 
Freeman, Eugene A.. 11707 Brackenberrv Ct.. Louisville 

40272. 932-0076 
Frvrear, Bill P.. 204 Lanark Dell, Middletown 40243, 245- 

6354, 452-4846 
Fuller, Wilton, 533 Hill-N-Dale, Lexington 40503, 277-6654, 

272-1513 
Furlong. William E , 3320 Grandview Avenue, Louisville 

40207, 895-4755. 582-5108 
Futrell. Keith M.. Rt. 1. Blue Level Road. Rockfield 42274, 

781-1409, 842-0316 
Gallaher. Jack F., 2947 Adams Avenue, Ashland 41101, 

325-2420, 324-2142 
Gammon, William H., 1718 Oaks Drive, Ashland 41101, 

324-1665, 329-3633 
Garrett, Richard A,. Box 37. Simpsonville 40067. 722-8858. 

722-8995 
Gastineau, Jobv A., III. 2113 St. Teresa Drive. Lexington 

40502. 266-6123. 255-0835 
Gattuso, James F. Box 1751. Williamson, W. Va. 25661 
Gaunce. Stephen D.. 150 Northland Drive. Apt. 30. Lex- 
ington 40505, 254-4156. 254-6684 
Gelbke. Gilbert M,. 840 Alexandria Pike, Ft. Thomas 

41075, 781-2273. 491-9774 
Gentry. Dale J,. 4945 Determine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

447-5981, 585-5814 
George, Bo\xe D.. 2418 Glenmarv Ave,. Louisville 40204. 

458-8582, 525-1678 
Gettler, John F-, 705 Providence Road, Lexington 40502, 

266-4801, 255-0835 
Gfell, George V., 3319 Coldstream, Lexington 40502, 272- 

1349 272-1349 
Gibson, Richard L , 105 4th Street, Cvnthiana 41031, 234- 

4251, 234-4632 
Giles, John A,, Jr., 2063 Enslow Avenue, Huntington. 

W. Va. 25701 
Gilkerson. Pat H.. Rt. 1, Box 38. Prichard. W. Va 25555 
Gillians. Daniel C. 611 N Mantle. EHzabethtown 42701. 

769-5031, 769-1368 
Gillman. Don, Box 1553. Williamson. W. Va. 25661 
Goble. Garv L . 100 Dennis Drive, Lexington 40503, 278- 

4121, 277-6135 
Gonterman, Ronald, 841 Melford Ave,, Louisville 40217, 

634-1924, 241-8600 
Gordon, Charles W,, 42 Wilshire Blvd. -E, Louisville 

40214, 366-9290, 282-4301 
Gordon, Terrv A., 5607 B Gilkev Loop, Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-3104. 624-6933 
Gore. Bailev. 1603 Sunset Drive. Murray 42071. 753-8509. 

762-6286 
Gorham. Harrv C. 117 Hamilton Park. Lexington 40504. 

255-4165. 278-7003 
Gour, Bob. 1316 S, Lee Street. Bowling Green 42101. 843- 

9582. 842-9432 
Graas. Oscar L., 6125 Loretta Street. Louisville 40213, 964- 

9520. 968-5321 
Grace. Charles K . Cvpress Street. Pineville 40977. 337- 

3331. 337-2348 
Grace. Hickory. 127 Alpine Road, Middlesboro 40965. 

248-1290. 337-2720 
Gradv. Wesley D., 420 N. Main. Marion 42064. 965-3131. 

965-3131 
Graham. James E.. 2517 Jackson Avenue. Ashland 41101, 

324-8169, 325-8511, Ext, 733 
Green, Donald Phillip. 832 Brand Street, Ma.vfield 42066, 

247-6038, 247-6445 
Greenwell, Robert A., 4114 Wimpole Road, Louisville 

40218, 459-8646, 583-3875 
Grefer, Thomas J., 65 Geiger Avenue, Bellevue 41073, 

491-3219, 261-8655 
Griffey, Richard K., Box 1425, Williamson, W Va. 25661 
Griffin. Powell L.. 8607 Loftingham Ct., Louisville 40222, 

425-4296, 543-7202 
Gross, Joe Brent, Hazard 41701, 436-2661 
Gupton, George, 1050 Legion Pk, Road, Greensburg 42743, 

932-4253, 932-4200 
Gupton, Lawrence, 105 Hillview Acres, Greensburg 42743, 

932-7830 465-9281 
Guv, N, S., Browning Acres, Harlan 40831, 573-4684, 573- 

4707 
Hackett. Wilbur L.. Sr , 1472 Olive Street, Louisville 40210, 

772-0493, 452-4109 
Haden, N. Perry. III. 177 Quebec Way, Lexington 40503, 

272-3504, 278-6026 
Hadden, Newell, 942 Wolf Run Road, Lexington 40504, 

255-5332, 254-6684 
Hall, Dale L.. 31 Candy Lane, Chesapeake, Ohio 45619, 

867-3370, 529-7191 
Hall, Charles E,, 601 Pontiac Trail, Danville 40422, 236- 

8811, 236-2604 
Hall, Samuel E., 1931 E. 21st Street, Owensboro 42301, 

684-4153. 684-8811 
Hammons. Wendell L.. Rt. 1, Box 11. Flat Lick 40935. 
542-3931. 546-3131 



Hardin. Thomas G,. 605 Revolutionary Road #2, Louis- 
ville 40214. 366-9621. 935-5121 
Harjo, Austin A.. 108 Airport Road, Clarksville, Tennes- 
see 37040, 431-3781 
Harris, David L., 321 W. Foster. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

5733. 348-3311 
Harris. James D,. 321 W, Foster, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

5733 348-3311 
Harsh', Ronald B-, 211 Oxford PI., Louisville 40207. 893- 

2335 774-7379 
Hawkins. Donald H.. Rt. 1, Ekron 40117, 828-3631. 828-2125 
Hawkins, Ed, 5999 Waldwav Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio 45224, 

542-3888. 381-0890 
Hawkins. Will A.. 407 Grace Street. Springfield. Tennes- 
see 37172, 384-5310, 384-,5583 
Havden, John O., 1624 Stafford Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

367-8662. 368-3351 
Heaberlin, Bill, 968 Washington Avenue. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915. 325-8511. Ext. 824 
Head. Lon E . P. O. Box 76, Loyall 40854, 573-2463, 573- 

1900 
Hedge. David W., 321 Mockingbird Drive. Jeffersonville, 

Indiana 47130. 283-3962. 283-6943 
Helton. Leslie. 6510 Maravian Drive. Louisville 40258. 448- 

8201, 582-2658 
Henderlight. Phil. 9 Hamlin Street, Corbin 40701. 528- 

8008, 528-8341 
Henderson. Charles Adrian. 1722 Mosley Drive, Hopkins- 

ville 42240, 886-3760, 886-6696 
Hendon, L. J., 228 S. 15th Street, Murray 42071, 753- 

3658, 753-2825 
Herrick, Calvin P., Jr., 200 S. Arnold Avenue. Prestons- 

burg 41653. 886-3494. 886-2311 
Hicks. Jack. 10 Lockwood Place. Ft. Thomas 41075. 441- 

2405. 261-6665 
Hillner, John D., 7532 Hillcrest AP. A. Florence 41042. 

371-2667 
Hina. Henrv B.. Sturgis 42459. 333-5933, 333-4008 
Hines, Richard G.. Rt. 1. Box 228, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9488. 348-9231 
Hite. Phillip H.. 205 Madison Avenue, Bardstown 40004. 

348-6267 
Hooper, Joseph L., 6607 Bluegill Blvd., Louisville 40229. 

969-1975 
Hopson. James E.. Rt. 1. Box 918M. Pikeville 41501. 437- 

7772. 432-1461 
Horsman. Bill. 2902 S 5th Street, Louisville 40208, 637- 

1201, 964-3301 
Houchens. Tom, 411 N. Long Street, London 40741, 864- 

9075, 864-2136 
Howard, Jasper B., 1305 Gloucester Avenue, Middlesboro 

40965. 248-3388. 337-3093 
Howard. Rickey E.. 4508 C. Gaffey. Ft. Knox 40121. 

942-3902. 624-7541 
Howard Robert E., Kettle Island 40958, 337-5368, 248-3968 
Howell Damon E., Jr., Box 37, Bardstown 40004, 348-6601. 

348-6240 
Hubbard, John Douglas, 215 W. Beall. Bardstown 40004, 

348-3067. 348-6457 
Huffine. Gary L.. 123 C. Honey Locust Way, Paducah 

42001, 442-4125, 443-8471 
Humble, Mike, 139 Breathitt Street, Russellville 42276. 

726-3214, 886-8116 
Hunt Leonard D , 1303 Gainesway Drive, Lexington 

40502, 272-6095. 252-7233 
Hunter, James E.. 4219 Naneen Drive, Louisville 40216, 

367-1361 
Hurley, Robert, Box 244, Williamson, W. Va. 25661 
Idol. Lloyd. Jr.. 116 Leafwood Road. Middlesboro 40965, 

248-5761 
Ishmael, Stephen A,, 407 Tucker Station Road, Louisville 

40243, 245-9571, 245-9571 
Jackson Charles, Jr., 2616 S. Fifth Street. Ironton. Ohio 

45638, 533-1918, 325-8511 Ext. 271 
Jackson, Edward, 2507 W 9th Street, Owensboro 42301. 

684-4664, 684-8881 
Jackson, William C, Rt. 4, Box 392, Morganfield 42437, 

389-3405 
Jacoby, Ben W., Rt. 1. Georgetown 40324. 836-0508. 255- 

6812'. Ext. 2241 
James. Gene. 1507 S. 3id Street. Ironton. Ohio 45638. 

532-6976 
Janes Chas, W.. 112 E Daugherty Avenue. Bardstown 

40004 348-5780. 348-3931. Ext. 33 
Jarvis. Dickie. 1553 Alex. Drive. Apt. IB. Lexington 

40502. 276-1898 
Jeffries. David T., 9502 Candywood Lane, Louisville 40291, 

239-4498 
Johanson, Ralph G., 2423 LaRochelle Road, Lexington 

40504. 253-1266, 269-4311 
Johnson. Arthur E., Lee Dean Est . Lot 34. Rt. 5. Nicholas- 

ville 40356. 272-5858. 257-3821 
Jornson. Bob, 3310 Springhaven. Catlettsburg 41129. 739- 

4628, 325-8511, Ext. 557 
Johnson David. McAndrews 41543, 353-7392, 353-4621 



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Johnson. Gordon M., P. O. Box 682, Prcstonsbuig 41653. 

886-6163. 886-8362 
Johnson. Hairv A.. Jr.. 4329 Harts Ct.. Paducah 42001. 

443-1767. 444-6311. Ext. 402 
Jolinson. Jon K . 153 Jefferson St.. Pikeville 41501, 437- 

9708. 432-1414. Ext. 32 
Jolinson. R. Michael. 123 Hamilton Park. Lexington 40504. 

252-7184 
Jolinson. Stan W.. 3500 Ashlawn Drive. Owensboro 42301. 

684-2157. 295-3451. Ext. 242 
Jones. Denver. 421 East Main. Apt. 2, Hazard 41701. 439- 

1812. 436-6568 
Jones. James M.. 1216 Tallow Lane. Louisville 40213. 361- 

3273. 361-9431 
Jones. Paul D.. 4012 Massie Avenue. Louisville 40207. 

895-5074. 636-4980 
Jones. Robert H.. 6500 Roosevelt Avenue. S E.. Charles- 
ton. W. Va. 25304 
Jordan. Charles Michael. Box 3A. Millard Station, Pike- 
ville 41501. 432-2067. 437-7281 
Joseph. Charles S.. 1081 Lincoln Trail Blvd.. Radcliff 40160, 

351-6710. 828-2171 
Kachennieister. Clarence W.. Rt. 4. Two Mile Road, Win- 
chester 40391, 744-7329. 293-3318 
Kammerdiener. Ronald. 2258 Bradford Drive. Louisville 

40218. 451-1301. 582-4787 
Kammerer. Kenneth. R. R. 1. Box 266B. Melbourne 

41059. 635-5406, 721-1111. Ext. 223 
Karres. Ronald R.. Box 2262. Huntington. W. Va. 25724 
Kaufman. Alvin R., 8215 St. Anthony Ch. Road, Louis- 
ville 40214. 366-0126. 584-8315 
Kcifer. Robert B.. Jr.. 2916 Hackworth Street. Ashland 

41101. 324-2872. 329-4492 
Keller. Terrv Joe. 237 Ludford Street, Ludlow 41016. 261- 

9987. 251-2203 
Kemen. Jerrv. 440 Pickett Drive. Ft. Wright 41011, 331- 

4272. 241-0022 
Kennedv. Jim. R R. 1. 212 Paddock Place, Versailles 

40383. 873-7490. 873-5948 
Kidd. Garv G.. 414 S. 17th Street, Mavfield 42066. 247- 

7150. 247-5122 
Kiesling. Lee Rov. Rt. 1. Martin. Tennessee 38237 
Kimble. Frank, Box 2173, Williamson, W. Va. 25661 
Kimble. Jeffery L.. Box 2173. Williamson. W. Va. 25661 
King. Harrv Dee. 137 Cooper. Martin. Tennessee 38237 
Kinnard. Robert F.. 2349 Shandon Dr.. Lexington 40505, 

293-0804, 233-2000. Ext. 7569 
Kirk. Charles. U. S 119. Whitesburg Road. Cumberland 

40823. 589-2086. 633-4422 
Kirk. Jerrv R.. Box 334. Main Street, Benham 40807. 848- 

2039. 848-3466 
Kirkland. Drew. 405 Legion Blvd.. Apt. 40, Owensboro 

42301. 683-2210. 684-1404 
Kiser. Larrv L.. 10.000 Thixton Lane. Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0548. 239-3234 
Klusman. Carl J.. Jr.. 3108 Gambriel Ct . Louisville 40205. 

459-0581. 634-1531. Ext. 446 
Kraft. H. Nellis. 6988 Murrav Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45227. 561-1950. 242-3050 
Kratzenberg. Ralph. 2412 South 10th, Ironton, Ohio 45638. 

532-5741 

Kratzenberg. Robert R.. Cedar Street. Rt. 4, South Point. 

Ohio 45680. 894-5822. 532-4880 
Krentz. Gerald Keith. 213 W. Walnut, Southgate 41071, 

441-4386. 542-7412 
Kuster. Thomas T.. 6509 Bluegill Blvd , Louisville 40229. 

964-1700. 584-8191 
Lafferty. Mark. Short Street, Prestonsburg 41653, 886- 

2563. 886-3863 
LaFountain. James. Rt. 4, Box 312. Nicholasville 40356. 

885-3234, 293-3822 
Laird. Ron. 116 Quinten Avenue. Madisonville 42431. 821- 

2485. 821-9030 
Lambert. Irvin. 5110 Rural Wav. Louisville 40218. 969-4718, 

582-5504 
Lange. Wm. E,. Jr.. 5515 Ken Lane. LouisviDe 40258. 935- 

4710. 361-0123 
Lasch. James H.. 3913 Bantam Ct.. Louisville 40218, 459- 

6137. 584-9701 
Laudeman. Bob. 206 Don Allen Road. Louisville 40207. 

895-3944. 895-3944 
Law. William J . Rt, 1. Box 640-36 New Richmond, Ohio 

45157. 513-5535. 441-0068 
La\'.son. Lcland. 949 Deporres Avenue. Lexington 40505. 

254-1009. 254-8076 
Leahv. Pat. 2907 Cromartv Way, Louisville 40218. 459-2066. 

.587-1121. Ext. 215 
Ledford. Thos. B., 2702 Wren Road, Ft. Campbell 42223, 

431-4482 
Ledger, Pedro G., Ill, 1004 21st Street, Huntington, 

W. Va. 25703 
Lee. Douglas. Woodland Hills. Harlan 40831. 573-2576. 573- 

:;440 
Lee. Ralph Eugene. Box 105. Hurricane, W Va. 25526 
I-ce. Robert. Box 5. Rt. 609, Coldiron 40819. 664-3601. 573- 

5228 



Lee. William A.. Box 116. Wallins Creek 40873. 664-2127, 

573-5027 
Lcfevers, Colman, Kettle Island 40958, 337-3808, 337-3271 
Leneave, Robert E.. 205 E. 18th Street. Benton 42025, 

527-3661. 527-2561 
LeQuire. H. M.. Woodland Hills. Harlan 40831. 573-1857, 

573-5151 
Levy, Arthur E.. Rt 2, Box 74-A. Williamson, W. Va. 

25661 
Lewis. Bill. Cromona 41810. 855-7805 
Liberatore. Sam. 118 Hurstland Drive. Bardstown 40004. 

348-G245. 348-6245 
LiUie. Wes. 9502 Meadowgate Ct.. Louisville 40223, 426- 

1188. 582-2658 
Lindsey. Laren E.. Lindseyville 42257. 286-4660. 286-8465 
Lingo. Henrv E.. 424 West Main Street. Vine Grove 40175. 

877-2346. 877-5537 
Link. William Leon, 154 HiUtopper Drive, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-3208. 781-2150. Ext. 233 
Linkes. Clifford. P. O Box 207. Science Hill 42553. 269- 

3405. 564-3020 
Lloyd. David. Ludlow 41016. 581-1119. 441-7100 
Locev. Dennis Rav. 1616 Walnut Street. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-3927, 836-9605 
Logan, Eli, 416 Hill Street. Hazard 41701. 436-5018. 436-2151 
Logan. Michael. Shultz Road. South Srore 41175. 932-3310 

354-7551 
Long. James E.. Box 73. Baskett 42420. 827-5000. 827-1867 
Lowdenback. Ed. South Shore 41175. 932-3505. 932-3323 
Lowe. Gene. Rt. 6. Box 28. London 40741. 864-5724, 864- 

2207 
Lowe. Stan. Box 337. Russellville 42276. 726-6647. 726-6647 
Luckett. Thomas Edward. 2006 Clinton PI. East. Owens- 
boro 42301. 684-1610. 685-4481. Ext. 26 
Lusbv. Geor.ee. 615 Pueblo Trail. Georgetown 40324. 863- 

1440. 863-3805 
Lykins. James O.. 171 Peachtree Road. Versailles 40383, 

873-8524. 873-3276 
McCamish. Dan L . Rt. 5. Milton Avenue. Elizabethtown 

42701. 769-3442. 351-3167 
McClure. Tom. 204 Madison. Bardstown 40004. 348-9662, 

348-3931 
McCormick, Don R,. Rt. 2. Lawrenceburg 40342. 223-0546, 

564-3120 
McCormick, Donald. 36 S. Alvasia. Henderson 42420. 826- 

6314. 826-8451 
McCowan. Connell. Corbm 40701. 528-4932 
McCrav. Carl G.. Rt. 1. Berea 40403. 986-4250. 233-2000, 

Ext. 2306 
McDonald. Thomas, 316 Rettig Road, Henderson 42420, 

826-8187. 826-2871 
McFadden, Jinimie, 649 Northside Drive, Lexington 

40505. 299-1635. 278-6026 
McGehee. Gordon. 733 Forest Lane, Covington 41015, 

261-6880, 431-9987 
McGmtv, L, v.. Jr , 3938 Sunset Avenue, Paducah 42001, 

442-8080, 442-8050 
McGuire. Jack. 6421 Six Mile Lane. Louisville 40218, 

459-4031. 245-4161 
McKenzie. Claude L.. A'lxier 41602, 886-2097 
McKinnev. Adelle F.. 2770 Lavon Court. Radcliff 40160, 

351-5299. 351-6818 
McLane. Albert I.. Wren Drive. Rt. 5. Elizabethtown 

42701. 765-7391. 765-2005 
McMurrav. Scott D.. 90 Henrv Court. Ft. Thomas 41075. 

441-6265. 721-7020 
McPeek. Talmadge. Box 679. Flatwoods 41139. 836-4540. 

836-5201 
Maior. Lucian. Rt 4. Martin. Tennessee 38237 
Maione. James F.. 200 Padget. Corbin 40701. 528-2424. 

528-9 19 
Malonev. Ross H. (Pati. 703 Watcrford Road. Louisville 

40207. 893-2348. 893-2348 
Mang. Berrv W.. Jr.. 1624 Woodburn. Covington 41014, 

261-9932. 632-8645 
Martin. Alan L.. 6305 Powder Horn Drive. Louisville 

40216. 447-2558 
Martin. Paul J.. 2500 Middle Ground Drive, Owensboro 

42301. 684-6662. 685-5536 
Mason. Leslie M.. 2020 Dogwood Drive, Lexington 40503. 

276-1943, 233-2000. Ext. 2445 
Mason. Wardv C . 1826 Linton Road. Lexington 40505, 

299-9344. 233-2000. Ext. 2305 
Mathis. Mike. 8447 Foxcroft Drive. Cincinnati. Ohio 

45231. 522-9010. 562-6022 
Mattinglv. Charles (Petei. 3813 Poplar Level Road. Louis- 
ville 40213. 459-5793. 582-3311. Ext. 23 
Mattinglv. Wayne C, Rt. 5, Box 345. Russellville 42276, 

726-7466. 726-2051 
Mav. Larrv. Box 340. Williamson. W. Va.. 25661 
Maver. Ed. 5737 So. Watterson Trail. Louisville 40291, 

239-5751. 587-8885 
Mavhew. William M.. 906 Pawnee Drive. Rt. 5. Eliza- 
bethtown 42701. 765-2706, 624-4449 
Mavnard. James L.. Victoria Court. Apt. 47. Williamson, 

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Meadors. William J., 211 E. Roval Arms Apt.. Bowling 

Green 42101. 842-6351. 745-3348 
Mcl'cn. Jerome Skip. Route 4. Glasgow 42141, 678-2617. 

678-2017 
Mercke. Frank. 417 Lotis Wav, Louisville 40207. 896- 

8640. 034-!)t91 
Mercker. Georse. 2907 Iris Wav. Louisville 40220. 451- 

8399. 584-2371 
Meredith. Nicky. Bon 54. Brownsville 42210. 597-3661 
IMetzper. Don. 9312 Cloverwood Lane, Fern Creek 40291. 

239-9813. 452-4625 
Mever. Rav. 3142 Rosina. Covington 41015. 261-3272 
Mick. Paul E.. Box 191. Marion 42064, 965-2521, 965-3191 
Mickev. Elbert M.. Box 2471. Williamson. West Virginia 

2ES6i 
Midden. Terrv M . 7010 Willwood Circle. Louisville 40291. 

239-1726. 267-8311 
Mifflin. Charles K.. 550 Iroquois Trail. Georgetown 40324. 

81?-4291. 277-5733. Ext. 28 
Miller. Wm, David, Box 12, Auxier 41602, 886-8785, 886- 

2311 
Mihim, Kenneth J., 750 W. Noel Avenue, Madisonville 

42431, 821-1323, 821-0016 
Minta, John H., 1010 Irving Drive, Clarksville, Indiana 

47130, 283-4778, 589-4400 
Montgomery. Daye, 4203 Kirbv Lane, Louisville 40299, 

267-5055, 582-3371 
Moody. William R., 2032 Oleander Drive. Lexington 40504. 

277-9622, 255-5612 
Moonev. Paul T.. 2304 Ben Ali Court. Owensboro 42301. 

684-8222. 633-2431 
Mocnevhan. James H , 810 Henrv Street, P. O. Box 220, 

Franklin 42134, 586-4989. 586-3201 
Moore. Franklin, 5351 Wlutmore Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45238, 922-8317, 621-8770 
Moore, Robert, 441 Forest Avenue, Ei ianger 41018, 341- 

6837, 563-1100 
Moore, Wm. Kelly, Nortli Lake Drive. Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-3623. 886-3083 
Mordica. William A.. 800 Edgewood Avenue. Ashland 

41101. 324-7741. 324-7741 
Morgan. Riciiard. Rt, 6. Box 64. London 40741. 864-6511. 

864-5114 
Morse. Richard K.. 163 N. Deepwood Drive. Radcliff 

40160. 351-3748. 624-4646 
Motlev. Jerry N . 907 Magnolia Avenue. Bowling Green 

42101, 781-1155, 843-9989 
Mullannix. W. Wayme. 3521 Rocky Hill Terrace. Lexing- 
ton 40503, 272-5153, 233-2000. Ext. 2191 
Murray. Thomas. 25 Ashton Road. Ft Mitchell 41017. 

331-1891. 621-7010 
Nassida. Frank R.. 108 Buckwood Drive. Richmond 40475. 

623-9209. 623-1530 
Neal. Ted Y,. 331 South Walnut Street, Huntington, West 

Virginia 25705 
Nelligan, Micliael L., .'',112 Wavside Drive, Louisville 

40216, 776-6511 
Nelson. Clarence R.. 2911 Asburv Place. Owensboro 

42301. 683-0816. 295-3451. Ext. 343 
Nethercutt. Bill. 82 Sycamore Street. Huntington. West 

Virginia 25705 
Nickell. Duane (Red). 327 Maxfield Drive. Paducah 

42001. 444-6095. 543-7434 (Metropolis. 111.) 
Nnland, Douglas, 305 Herndon Avenue. Stanford 40484. 

36.--2609. 365-2619 
Nord. Bert. 3006 Falmouth Drive. Louisville 40205. 459- 

6596. 4,59-1505 
Norton, Timothy J.. 3117 Poplar Level Road. Apt. 11. 

Louisville 40213. 637-5882 
Norwood. Thomas. 811 Henry Street. Franklin 42134. 586- 

.'614. 586-3541 
Oldham, Ben R . 3360 High Hope Road. Lexington 40502. 

272-1678. 255-6827 
Omar. Max G-. 1139 Gilbert Lane. Owensboro 42301, 

685-2712, 685-3101 
Omer, Harold G., 150 No. Crestmoor. Louisville 40206. 

896-4170. 968-6207 
O'Nan. Norman. Rt. 1. Box 305A. Henderson 42420. 827- 

3968. 826-9578 
Osborne. Lonnie K.. Box 46. Robinson Creek 41560. 639- 

4049. 432-1414 
Osborne. Ted G.. Box 806. Lexington 40501. 266-6152 
Osting. James E.. II., 7518 Yorktown Road. Louisville 

40214, 318-9631, 581-4583 
Pace, Donald W , Rt. 4 Cleveland Road, Lexington 

40505, 293-0181, 255-0398 
Padgett. R. K., 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset 42501. 

678-5485 
Page. James N.. P.O, Box 434, Corbin 40701, 528-8263, 

528-8263 
Palas, Steve C, 9723 Old 3rd Street Road. Louisville 

411272. 935-5964, 459-4911 
Palko, Edward T,, Rt. 1, Owenton Road, Frankfort 40601, 

223-8833, 227-2713 
Pardue, Israel L, Sr , R. R. 2. Box 482F, New Albany. 
Indiana 47150. 944-0279. 774-6431 



Parhani. Charles A.. 2868 Middlesex Wav. Lexington 

40503. 278-8596. 252-2312. Ext. 2604 
Parker. Bob L.. 8602 Honor Avenue. Louisville 40219, 

969-9090. .587-1121. Ext. 276 
Parsley. Clyde E.. Rt. 2. Providence 42450. 667-2524 
Passatiunie. John. 7716 St. Bernard Court, Louisville 

40291, 239-4373, 454-0466 
Pate, Llovd W., 608 Ronnie Road, Madison, Tennessee 

37115, 808-3751, 868-2910 
Patterson, John L , 5471 Broadmoor Plaza, Indianapolis, 

Indiana 46208. 297-0882 632-2573 
Patterson, William C. 419 Henry Street. Greensburg 

42743. 9,32-4738, 932-4263 

Paxton. Gary R., 2485 Versailles Road. Lexington, 252- 

0570 
Payne, Charles A , 815 Vine Street, Ironton, Ohio 45638, 

532-5455, 329-4315 
Peeno, Harry R , 124 Morris Road. Lookout Heiglits 

41011. 331-1981 
Perkins. Ronn:e L. Rt. 2. Upton 42784. 373-5051. 765-6151 
Perry. Alfred H. 2 Kaivn Court. Barboursville. West 

Virginia 25504 
Perry. James W.. 708 Spring Street. Saint Albans, West 

V.rginia 25177 
Peterson, Bill S. P.O. Box 213. Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9696. 348-9224 
Pteiffer. Steven C, 3182 Lamar Drive. Lexington 40502. 

266-4872 
Phipps. James M,, P. O. Box 285. Heidrick 40949, 546- 

6344. 546-6314 
Pietrowski. Paul. 108 Bishop Street. Corbin 40701. 528- 

6391. 528-1030 
Pmson. Eugene, Rt 4. Box 254, Ashland 41101, 928-6228, 

3"4-3101 
Prkle, Paul S , 2212 Twenty Grand Avenue, Owensboro 

42301. 684-2751, 295-3451 
Pittm.Tn. Spencer. 602 College Street. Winchester 40391. 

744-8508 
Pcole. Wm. F.. 118 Ridgewav Avenue. Louisville 40207. 

893-3863. 452-5630 
Porter. Charles M.. 405 Legion Blvd.. Apt. 30. Owens- 
boro 42301. 926-2477. 684-1413 
Powell. Calvin C.. 164 Wabash Diive. Lexington 40503, 

278-7507. 255-6666 
Powell. Logan. Windmill Mobile Park. Nicholasville 

40356. 885-6915. 272-4556 
Powers. Clark V.. 119 12th Street, Lexington 40505, 254- 

2158, 293-1212 
Powers, Elmer, 1017 N Main Street, Barbourville 40906. 

546-6613. 864-2701 
P'Pool. Lanny E., 115 Hall Street. Madisonville 42431. 

321-0922. 82i-4553 
Preece. John Carl. Box 355. Kermit. West Virginia 25674 
Pugh. Robert B.. 2087 Garden Springs Drive. Lexington 

40501. 278-0059. 254-6212 
Pugh, Roy D , 3510 Barclay Drive. Jeffersontown 40299, 

267-5513.' 361-1211 
Pugh. Wilham R.. 312 Lake Street. Ludlow 41016. 491- 

9058 
Quehl Bud. 9 Country Club Lane. Princeton 42445. 365- 

2238. 365-2620 
Rains. Everett P.. Rt, 1, Box 424. Williamsburg 40769. 

549-0240. 549-2781 
Ramev. Roy. P. O- Box 669. Prestonsburg 41653. 886-2208. 

886-6861 
Randall Lerov (Lee). Route 2. US 27, Alexandria 41001. 

694-6642. 635-2191 
Rapp. William C . 1836 Woodland Drive. Ironton. Ohio 

45638. 532-1983. 532-7242 
Raque. Ron. 5509 Pattie Lane. Louisville 40219. 964-23o0. 

964-2350 
Rascoe. Robert B.. 523 Sumpter Avenue. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-2360. 745-2456 
Rawdon, Richard M.. Jr., P.O. Box 631. Georgetown 

40324. 535-6198. 863-0249 
Rav Frank D.. 3950 Green Valley Road. Huntington. West 

Virginia 25701. 525-5565. 525-3223 
Read. Frederick K., 1338 Greenup Street, Covington 

41011. 431-5197, 431-5197 
Reddington, Jim, 3824 Glenside Place, Louisville 40213. 

452-9689 
Redman. David E . Nunn Boulevard. Cadiz 42211. 522- 

C660. 522-3215 
Reece. Jerry T . 1992 Spring Station Drive. Lexington 

40505, 299-9454, 564-4912 
Reed, Gordon iMoe), 22 Riverside Parkway, Ft. Thomas 

41075, 441-4946, 631-5750 
Reese, Mark A., 550 Judy Lane, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5734, 252-7588 
Reeyes, Curtis R., 568 Severn Way. Lexington 40503. 

277-1725. 252-2246, Ext. 214 
Renfio, James H., 40,35 Court Avenue, Paducah 42001, 

443-6611, 444-6311 
Riggs. C, Dennis, 3131 Sudbury Lane, Louisville 40220, 
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Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkwav. Lexington 40505. 299- 

7089. 255-8492 
Ripley. Lynn E.. 3038 Piedmont Road. Huntington. West 

\ irginia 25704 
Roark. Jimmv W.. P O Box 114 

21-08. 664-3444 
Roberts. .James E 1019 

42701. 765-4739. 769-2311 



John. 116 Military. Georgetown 40324. 863- 



Pathfork 40863. 664- 
Pawnee Drive. Elizabethtown 

''°Vir"1nia 25°53o''' ^- -•"- "^"P'^"" ^"'^^'- Kenova. West 

Robinson Jack. 401 Walker Road. Hazard 41701 436- 
•tOM. 4Jd-d19d 

119 Maple Grove Court. Bardstown 
Apt. 3. Madisonville 



96 
Rob>-. James B 

4^ro4. 348-6264 
Rodgers, Tom H.. East Broadway 

42431. 821-9447. 821-4180 
""^^-Pn^'^Ji?"- ^^° Talbert. Hopkinsville 42240. 885- 

■JO ( 1, OOD-jy^l 

"«29l''^^|r0059 • 7-78':44Jr°' '"'''' °^" ^^"^' ^-'-"'^ 
'"^61.'2^'1S2."23i^lS5'"'- ^^"'™"- west Virginia 
^°Virginm°"2''5'66/ ■ ^'- ^'^ ^''""' ^*''''^'' Williamson. West 
Roiith. Joseph W.. Room 808/Bemis-Lawrence. Bowling 
Green 42101. 748-3680. 748-3680 ^ 

'^'?-','''-']n.; ^'"- ™= Burlington Pike. Florence 41042. 

il ' 1-OtUo 

^Qro'^m-" ^/,''-'^-.f,''- ^'^°° Jeanine Drive. Louisville 40219 
yoy-.Olo. 63d-(441 

"'8^7^"437'^''"' "''" Gregory Drive. Henderson 42420. 

''Sii^f fe35^426'' • '"'' °°^^ ^"^""^' ^°"'^^'"<^ 
^■Y^'J'- °i'^''i|„B 563 Peters Drive. Elizabethtown 42701. 

S%>|- Jack, .601 12th Avenue. Huntington. West Virginia 
2.1,01. o2o-i4i3. 029-2318. Ext 285 

^^734^-i503^"734 7°ii ^^* ^'°''^' ^"^^"^^' Harrodsburg 40330. 

Sammons. C. J.. Box 57. Red Jacket. West Virginia 25692 

Sanders. Dan S.. III. 853 Malabu Drive. Apt 14 Lex- 
meton 40502. 269-5275. 269-5275 ' ' 

Sanders. Mel. 43C0 Kimberly Court. Paducah 42001 442- 
^650. 564-4081 

Sandfoss. Michael J.. 2208 Vienna Woods Drive Cincin- 
nati. Ohio 45211. 662-2271 977-7791 

^^-"i^^Jo^^i S.'^^'«, 2247 New Linden Road. Newport 41071. 
Ool-2233. 581-2533 

Sanks. David. 8602 Chipstone Court. Louisville 40299 
267-0302. 778-6631. Ext 247 

'T220.^4'5r8?89 '452'36?5"' ''™°'^ ^^"""^' ^°"'=-"'= 
^'88'6!9540.^'-?98t"688^- '" ^'''' °"^"- ""Pl^—He 42240. 
SaUerlv. Grant G.. P. O, Box 57. Eminence 401119 845- 

.1,26. 845-6431 
Savior. Gary L.. General Delivery. Tremont 40871 573- 

2534. 573-1900 
Saylors. Carlee. Rt. 6. Murray 42071. 753-7979 924-560'' 
Schmitt. Paul E.. 3864 Darlene Drive. Louisville 40216 

778-3.355. 772-3656 
Schreiber. Paul J.. 5948 Oak Apple Drive. Cincinnati 

Ohio 45211. 574-2860 
Schuble. Charles E,. 2352 Ashwood. Louisville 40205 

459-1774. 636-1431 
Schultz. Frank D.. 206 W. Beall. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

51.37. 964-5911 
Scott. W. L (Billi. 1816 McDonald Road. Lexington 40503 

278-2844. 278-9702 
Scurry. Henry L.. Estill Apt. 4. KSU Box 31. Frankfort 

40601. 875-1288. 564-6066 
Seale. Frank E.. 1001 Tales Creek Road. Lexington 

40502. 266-8545 
Selvy. Curt. 103 Steele. Corbin 40701. 528-4677. 528-2131 
Sesher. James. 7091 Manderlay Drive. Florence 41042 

371-8128 
Shanks. Thomas E.. 3113 Vogue Avenue. Louisville 40220 

454-420.^. 582-5514 
Sharp, Jerry W.. 2426 W. Cumberland Avenue Middles- 

boro 40965. 248-4315. 248-3916 
Sharp. Mike. 222 Tennessee Avenue, Pineville 40977 248- 

S'le. ■•'•37-2.5.32 
Sharp. Ronnie. 140 Chasteen. Middlesboro 40965 248-3916 

337-2425 



Shaughnessy. Bernard. 2129 East Lane. 



Shively 40216. 
Murray 42071. 



Shelton. Donald R . 1700 Main Street. 

753-3656. 7.53-2054 
Shelton. James S.. 214 E. 20th Street. Benton 42025 527- 

9802. 247-1431 
Shirkey. George. Box 251. Culloden. West Virginia 25510 
Shofner. Carl L.. 204 E. Halstead Avenue. Bardstown 

40004. 348-8729 
Shontee. Raymond T,. 2204 Wmgfield Court. Louisville 

40216. 772-1744 



Showalter. 

1892 

Shumaker. Thurman E.. Rt. 2. Princeton 42445. 365-9479 
Simms. Clarence. 610 Linden Avenue. Newport 41071. 

581-3026. 431-6278 
Simpson. James H . Box 424. South Shore 41175. 932-3613 
Simpson. O. J.. Appalachian Regional Hospital. Hazard 

41701. 436-2924. 439-1331, Ext. 308 
Si7emore. Aster. 29 Sunvallev Terrace. Hazard 41701. 

436-3402. 436-2107 
Sli.Eh. James E.. 2601 Hampton Street. Ashland 41101 

325-1129. 739-5111 
Small. David E., 2216 Janlvn Road. Louisville 40299, 267- 

5360, 895-6460 

Smith. Carmack. 523 E. Third. Trenton. Tennessee 38382 
Smith. James H . Route 1. Box 437. South Shore 41175. 

932-4497 
Smith. Joseph E.. 1634 Walnut Street. Benton 42025. 

527-9317. 395-4165 
Snelline. Kennv. 823 Brawner Street. Frankfort 40601. 

223-7081. 564-5971 
Solian. John P . 4600 Lvnnbrook Drive. Louisville 40220. 

451-3860. 451-.3860 
Somerville. Robert J.. 6852 Greenmeadow- Circle. Louis- 
ville 40207. 895-8003. 583-3859 
Soper. Clyde B.. Box 111. Millersburg 40348. 484-3487. 

293-3969 
South. Stanlev P.. Route 3. Winchester 40391. 842-6721, 

744-4812, Ext. 217 

Spath. William J.. 2922 White Plains Road. Louisville 

40218. 452-9637. 584-5209 
Spaulding. Johnny R.. Rt. 2. Box 37B. Catlettsburg 

41129. 739-6887. 325-8511. Ext. 326 
Stalev. Jerry. 1117 Inca Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

?A4n. 986-8660 
St.iples. Jerrv. R R. 1. Box 203. Henderson 42420. 827- 

3633. 826-9040 
Staten. Joseph B.. 4303 Wvola Court. Louisville 40218. 

458-7454 
Staten. Mike. 4303 Wvola Court. Louisville 40218. 458-7454 
Stephens. Herbert D.. 133 First Street. West. Ceredo, 

West Virginia 25507 
Stephenson, Elmer B., Rt. 2. Milford Estates. Richmond 

40475. 623-3699. 622-3271 
Stephenson. Harr^'. 1612 Hawthorn Lane. Lexington 

40505. 299-1757. 233-8221 
Stiene. Richard. 3511 Thomas Street. Erlanger 41018. 

341-8411. 242-3434 
Stohr. James J.. 323 Greekview Drive, Paris 40361. 987- 

3948. 987-2240. Ext. 288 
Stoup. R. D,. 916 Washington Avenue, Flatwoods 41139. 

836-8423. 325-8511. Ext. 309 
Strader. Tim V., 2717 Cumberland Avenue, Ashland 

41101. 325-3255 
StrTin. Ricliard. P. O. Box 472. Radcliff 40160. 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Strange. Fred D.. Jr.. 3416 Kramers Lane =61. Louis- 
ville 40216. 448-1353. 447-3721 
Straus. William W.. 212 Culpepper. Lexington 40502. 266- 

G349. 252-2275 
Streihle. Ronnie D.. 204 Olde Englisli Court. Louisville 

40272. 937-1120. 624-8197 
Streicher. Richard A.. 3249 Ellis Wav, Louisville 40220, 

458-,5254 584-7156 
Strong, Chirles M., Rt. 1. Williams Drive, Salem. Indiana 

47167, 883-3491, 883-3491 
Stnedle. Rav. 1404 Girard Drive. Louisville 40222. 425- 

"679. 893-3852 
Stiimbo. Jack. 1146 Riverview Lane. Prestonsburg 41653. 

886-3363. 886-3080 
Stutler. Joe. 1219 Audubon Road, Park Hills 41011, 291- 

.■^"60. 542-4700 
Sullivan. A. G.. 1921 Goodwin Avenue, Corbin 40701, 

328 1282 528-90.35 
Sutton. James A.. 2111 Sutton Drive. Henderson 42420. 

R27-3186. 827-3.598 
Sutton. Jim. Rt. 1. East Bernstadt 40729. 843-7428. 528- 

5851 
Swarts. Joseph C. 135 Lane Street. Coal Grove. Ohio 

45638. 532-9349 
Swauger. Gary B.. 19 Park Place. Fort Thomas 41075. 

7R1-2935. .352-7036 
Swinford. John. 106 S. Elmarch Avenue. Cynthiana 

41031. 234-2562. 234-5820 
Talbot. William G.. III. R. R. 1. Paris 40361. 987-4529 
Tate. Charles F.. 701 McCullum. Elizabethtowm 42701, 

763-67 -"O 
Tate. Ken. Jr.. 317 Hightower Road, Lexington 40502, 

272-7064. 255-0835 
T.'vlor. James R.. 1823 Creston Place. Ashland 41101. 

3M-4841. .323-8411 
Thomas. Frank M.. 629'. So. 44th Street. Louisville 

40''11. 774-2624. 774-6529 
Thomas. James J.. 7407 Fevhurst Drive, Louisville 40258. 

937-4875. 774-6465 



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Thomas. Lvn H . Route 2. Calvert Citv 42029, 395-4035, 

395-7121 
Thomas, Raymond E,, 1106 Main Street, Sturgis 42459, 

333-2151. 333-2242 
Thomas, Raymond Earl, 212 Akin Ayenue. Franklin 

42134. 586-6297 
Thompson, Michael J., Roon^ 1109. Klrwin Tower, Lex- 
ington 40506, 348-3838. 258-4224 
Thompson. Thomas D.. 97 Carran Drive. Ft. Mitchell 

41017. 341-1809. 581-1322. Ext. 211 
Thompson. Victor N.. 124 Garrard Street. Covington 

41011. 261-7913, 651-3631 
Tillman. Jerry. Jr.. 49I9-A Hammond Heights. Ft. Camp- 
bell 42223. 798-5447. 798-3320 
Timmering. George E,. 4109 Manner Gate Drive. Louis- 
ville 40220. 459-2705. 897-9441 
Trabue. David. 114 Maplewood Place. Glasgow 42141. 

651-3436 
Trapp. Charles W.. 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria 41001. 

635-9250. 341-2700 
Treas. Joe W.. 609 Green Street, Fulton 42041, 472-1604, 

472-1836 
Treiblv, Chuck. 4418 Signal Hill Road, Louisville 40207, 

893-5855. 451-9301 
Trombley. Norman J.. 3685 King Arthur Circle. Lexing- 
ton 40503. 272-1100. 278-8124 
Tucker. Charles N,. 5353-B Kellv Street. Fort Knox 

40121. 624-5063. 624-7434 
Tuitele. Matthew V L,. 203 Millbrooke Drive. Hopkins- 

ville 42240. 886-8371. 886-5151. Ext. 231 
Turlev. Howard. 2655 Algonquin Parkway. Louisville 

40210. 776-7206. 589-3060. Ext. 463 
Turner. Charles W.. 116 E. Broadway. Danville 40422. 

236-6983 
Tve. Josh. 225 College Street. Barbouiville 40906, 546- 

3745. 337-6178 
Urlage. Richard. 822 Highland Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
Usery. L. L. Greenfield. Tennessee 38230 
Varner. Ray G.. 737 Kingston Road. Lexington 40505, 

299-4145 293-3823 
Vaiichn. \Vm. E.' 3016 Winding Trails. Edgewood 41017. 

331-0823. 371-8850 
Vest. David G.. 1774 Beacon Hill Road. Lexington 40504. 

278-4567 
Walker. Paul R.. Citv Parks Dept., Bowling Green 42101, 

843-8860. 843-3249 
Waller. Bobbie. 309 Strathmore. Lexington 40505. 299- 

6123. 299-6123 
Ward. Tommy. Marsee Drive. Harlan 40831. 573-4653. 

573-3711 
Waide. Harry D,. 973 Skvline Drive. Madisonville 42431. 

821-1139. 821-3870 
Walker. Joe D.. East Cedar Street. Franklin 42134. 586- 

4451 (Brs.l 
Wanchic. Nick. 1511 Forbes Road. Lexington 40505. 255- 

1233. 255-6812. Ext, 2264 
Ward. Joseph E,. P. O. Box 23. Pineville 40977 
Warren, Bige R, Box 29 Barbourville 40906. 542-3244, 

546-5362 
Warren. Buist (Buzzl. 4048 Park Road. Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-2098, 624-7754 
Washer, James P.. 4119 Sunflower Avenue. Louisville 

40216. 447-6817. 636-3522 
Watson. George F.. 312 Holly Hill, Lexington 40503, 278- 

8838. 299-7711 
Weaver. Clyde Ivan. Box 254 Williamson. West Virginia 

25661 
Weaver. Rav. 3117 Bernard Drive. Edgewood 41017. 341- 

2610. 628-2464 
Weber, James R.. 302 E. Park Place, Jeffersonville. In- 
diana 47130. 283-3873. 778-2761. Ext. 303 
Weber, Thomas C. 3325 Moulton, Louisville 40218. 459- 

2733, 893-2566 
Wedge, Denny, P, O, Box 691, Bowling Green 42101. 

842-6732. 781-1067 
Weston. Clifford. 2700 Melvin Court, Louisville 40216, 

448-6264. 364-0529 
Wetzel. Ralph M,. Calhoun 42327. 278-2708. 684-9461 
Wheeler, David, 1301 Lincoln Avenue. Paintsville 41240. 

789-8513. 789-3143 
Wheeler, Wm. E,. 520 A Stavtier Village. Ft. Campbell 

42223. 798-2556. 798-5828 
Whelan. James F,. 1827 Cecelia Court. Owensboro 42301, 

683-0744, 683-2431 
Whisman. William L.. 943 Norwav Avenue. Huntington. 

West Virginia 25705 
White. Thomas, 600 Roberts Street, Dyersburg, Tennessee 

38024 
Whitehead. Christopher. 5306 E. Paquette Street. Ft, 

Knox 40121. 624-7966. 624-2741 
Whitt. Michael D,. Box 24. Red Jacket, West Virginia 

25692 
Wilcox, Ursal R., Auxier 41602, 886-3329. 886-2703 
Wilbert, Donald A., 4420 Santa Paula Lane, Louisville 
40219, 969-8733, 448-2761 



Wilder. Jerrv. 467 Dorchester. Bowling Green 42101. 843- 

1983. 745-2691 
Williams. James H . Elmwood Drive. South Shore 41175. 

932-4372. 353-5128 
Williams. Martin J,. III. 4418 Heatherbrook Drive, Louis- 
ville 40220, 456-4558, 895-0561 
Wilson, Aubrey C, Jr.. 218 Hilltop Court. Whispering 

Hills. Bowling Green 42101. 843-6070 
Wilson. Louis O.. Rt. 1 Herrmgton Woods. Harrodsburg 

40330. 748-5762. 236-8784 
Wilson. Nellus R,. 223 Iroquois Drive. Paducah 42001. 

554-1910. 443-3668 
Wilson. Woodrow. 711 Bryant Street. Corbin 40701, 528- 

3098 
Winfrey, Wm, Steven, 1414 Fairview Avenue, Pine 5. 

Bowling Green 42101. 781-5507. 781-6400 
Wirth. Gary. 542 Linden Street. Ludlow 41016. 431-5451 
Wn-th. Marty A,. 460 Oak Street. Ludlow 41016. 431-3564 
Wood. Walter A,. Jr.. Box 119, Rt, 9. Bryan Station Road, 

Lexington 40505. 299-1864 
Woodson. Douglas. Route 1. Auburn 42206. 542-4574, 586- 

3231 
Wrav, Robert. 600 River Court. Jacksonville. North Caro- 
lina 28540. 347-3464. 347-6924 
Wright. Dale. 101 Djaddah Drive, Lawrenceburg 40342. 

839-6883. 839-7251 
Writrht. Howard L,. 309 Forest Avenue. Erlanger 41018. 

341-4396. 871-3900. Ext, 9 
Wright. Jim. 121 Showalter Drive. Georgetown 40324. 

863-3628. 233-2000 Ext, 7078 
Wrieht. John David. 121 Warren Court. Apt. 3. Lexington 

40508. 254-9104. 257-3928 
Wuertz, John R,. 2834 Hoock Avenue. Louisville 40205. 

454-0631. 267-8311. Ext, 313 
Wulfeck. Jim. 78 Thompson Avenue. Ft, Mitchell 41017. 

341-9755. 341-9755 
Yarbrough. Rov D,. Jr.. 673 Mt. Vernon Drive. Lexington 

40502. 266-1228. 258-2898 
Yates. George A,. Rt, 1. Manley-Leestown Road, Frank- 
fort 40601. 875-3097. 564-3020 
Yates. William H,. 4818 Rossmoor Drive. Louisville 40219. 

964-6102. 452-4666 
Yost. Carl W,. 510 Imperial Drive. Greenville. S, C. 29607. 

244-7258. 672-2281 
Young. Harlev R,. 3304 Montavesta Drive. Lexington 

40502. 266-8298 
Young. Jack. 121 Smith Ballard. Richmond 40475. 623- 

4589 623-2234 
Zimmer.~Tom. 114 Summit Drive. Ft, Mitchell 41017. 

341-4566. 431-4272 
Zogg. Joe F.. Box 1218. Owensboro 42301. 683-0152, 683- 

6425 



Football Questions 

(Continued from Page One) 

Ruling: The described equipment does not meet 
rule specifications and therefore is illegal. These 
important intersectionr are to be marked with 
18-inch square flags mounted on a flexible staff 
or 4-inch square plyons which are 18 to 24 inches 
in height. Beginning with the 1975 season, the 
pylons will be limited to 18 inches in height, but 
must be square. In any case, the pylons must be 
made of a soft, flexible material which will not 
cause injury. 

2. Play: During a scrimmage-kick, Rl makes a 
valid fair catch signal The ball strikes Kl while 
in flight and: (a) Rl catches the kick and ad- 
vances: or (b) Rl muffs the kick and it is re- 
covered by K2. 

Ruling: It is fair catch interference in both (a) 
and (b). In (a) the advance by Rl is legal be- 
cause the interference by Kl negated the fair 
catch In (a) team R has three options: (1) to 
take the result of the play, which would be the 
advance by Rl; or (2) to accept an awarded fair 
catch at the spot of the foul; or (3) accept the 
distance penalty of 15 yards administered from 
the previous spot. In (b) team R has the same 
three options, but the result of the play would 
give K the ball where it was recovered by K2. 
Because of this, it is obvious the captain of R 
would choose either an awarded fair catch at 
the spot of the foul or the distance penalty ad- 
ministered from the previous spot in (b). 



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3. Play: During a pass-run option, quarterback 
Al is beyond B's scrimmage-line when he throws 
a forward pass intended for A2. While the ball 
is in flight, an official inadvertently sounds his 
whistle. 

Ruling: Because this 's an il'egal pass there will 
be no replay of the down due to the inadvertent 
whiftle. B will be given the option of accepting 
the penalty for an illegal pass which is 5 yards 
from the spot of the foul with the down being 
counted, or accepting the result of the play which 
v.-^uld permit A to put the ball in play from the 
spot of the illegal pass. 

4. Play: While a forward pass is in flight be- 
yond the line, an official inadvertently sounds 
his whiL-tle and theieafter Bl deliberately charg- 
es into Al for whom the pass was intended. Rul- 
ing: The down will be replayed because of the 
inadvertent whistle which was sounded while the 
pass was in flight. Because the unsportsmanlike 
foul by B occurred after the whistle, it was a 
dead ball foul and the penalty will be admin- 
istered from the succeeding spot. Under ordi- 
nary circumstances, this contact would consti- 
tute pass interference but because the whistle 
killed the ball, it was contact after the ball was 
dead. The official will have to use careful judg- 
ment in determining when the Toul occurred. 

."i. Play: A scrimmage-kick by Kl from R's 35 
yardline is bounding inside R's 5 yardline. K2, 
in attempting to prevent a touchback, bats the 
ball and: (a) it goes into R's end zone: or (b) it 
g:es out-of-bounds at R's 2 yardline; or (c) it is 
recovered by Rl and advanced to R's 25 yard- 
line. 

Ruling: The batting by K2 is an illegal act which 
occurs durmg a loose ball play. If the penalty 
were accepted, it would be administered from 
the previous spot and the down replayed. This 
.'s also first touching by K2. The offended team 
is always p.-ivileged to take tne result of the play 
rather than the penalty. In (a) it is a touchback 
and R would put the ball m play from its 20. 
In (b) the ball would be put in play by R from 
its 2 and in (c) it would be a new series for R 
from its 3. The advance by Rl in (d) is legal 
and would result in 1st and 10 for R from its i25. 

6. Play: During a forward pass play, eligible re- 
ceivers Al and A2 run crossing patterns and Al 
comes to a complete stop as A2 runs past him. 
In (a) Al thereafter changes position so that 
there is some contact with Bl, who is covering 
A2: or (b) B2 pushes Al out of the way in an 
attempt to reach the pass intended for A2. 
Ruling: In (a) it is offensive pass interference 
when Al moves to contact A2. The penalty is 
administered from the previous spot and the 
down is counted. In (b) the foul for pass interfer- 
ence is by the defensive team and A will have 
the option of accepting the result of the play or 
the penalty for pass interference, which is 15 
yards from the previous spot and an automatic 
lirst down. 

7. Play: Quarterback Al receives the snap and 
v.'hile behind the line-of-scrimmage, throws a 
backward pass to A2. During his advance, but 
while still behind the line, A2 fumbles. While 
the ball is loose, there is a foul by Bl. The fum- 
' le is recovered by A. 

Ruling: This is a foul during a loose ball play. 
The penalty, if accepted, would be administered 
fro-1 the baric spot, which is the previous spot. 
A loose ball play includes the run or runs which 



preceded the 1 'ose ball. A fumble by A behind 
his hne-of-scrimmage. constitutes a loose ball 
play. 

8. Play: A free-kick by Kl is touched by Rl on 
his 15 yardline and then it: (a) rolls out-of- 
bounds at R's 5 yardline; or (b) contacts an of- 
ficial in the field of play and thereafter rolls 
out-of-bounds at the 5 yardline: or (c) contacts 
an official who is straddling the sideline at the 
5 yardline. 

Ruling: The ball will be put in play by R from 
its 5 yardline in (a), (b) and (c). In (a) Rl was 
the last to touch the kick before it went out-of- 
bounds. In (b) the fact that the ball touched an 
official who is inbounds does not change its 
status. In fact, this touching is ignored and there- 
fore Rl, in effect, was the last to touch the ball 
before it went out-of-bounds. In (c) when the 
loose ball touches a game official who is strad- 
dling the sideline, this causes it to be out-of- 
bounds and Rl was the last to touch it. 
(Continued in October ATHLETE) 



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Basketball Officials Ratings 

The following ratings were received on bas- 
ketball officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. 
during 1972-1973. The numbers following each 
nnme rc-pectivelv represent the numbers of Ex- 
cellent. Good, Fair and Poor ratings given to the 
official. 

Ackermann, Joseph, 1-7-0-2; Acton, Claude, 
1-7-0-0; Adams. James, 6-15-2-0; Adams Ray 
1-0-0-0; Ageo. Danny. 1-20-6-6; Akemon, Rudv, 
6-5-1-0; Akers, Harold, 6-0-0-1; Alford, Orville, 
0-1-1-0; Allen, Doug. 6-4-3-0: Allen, Nelson, 
15-11-3-0; Allen, Yvon, 3-6-2-1; Allgood, Russell, 
3-9-2-0; Anders. Raleigh. 2-23-3-2; Anderson, Ed- 
ward. 2-4-0-0: Anderson. Luther, 0-2-0-0; Ashton. 
Guthrie, 5-22-3-6; 

Bailey, Jimmy, 1-3-0-0: Bain, Stanley, 0-2-0-0.' 
Baker, Roger, 1-5-1-2: Banks, Paul, 2-11-0-0; 
nnrker, Walter. 1-1-1-0: Barton. Leon, 0-1-2-2; 
Beam, Freddy. 3-7-0-0: Bell Clarence 11-26-3-0; 
Bell. Gary, 0-2-1-2; Bell, Henry, 1-0-0-0; Bell, 
Robert, 12-9-2-2: Bell. Ronald, 0-0-1-0; Benzinger, 
Joseph. 0-1-0-1; Bernardini, Bruno, 0-3-0-0; 
Bertsch. Ron, 0-3-8-3; Beshears, Jim, 8-11-4-1; 



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Bibb. Ennis, 0-1-0-0; Biter, Cbarles, 3-4-2-0: 
Black, Willis, 3-2-1-0; Blackfurd, Robert, 1-U-O-O; 
Blackwood, Thomas, 13-10-3-2; Blair, Kenneth, 
2-1-1-0; Blandford, Kenneth, 0-1-1-1; Blankenbak- 
er, W. Larry, 2-8-1-1; Blevins, Boone, 5-4-2-3; 
Bollinger, Billy, 3-13-2-0; Bowiing, Donald, 1-0-1-0; 
Boyles, Paul, 10-7-2-0; Bramble, James, 3-3-0-0; 
Branstetter, Charles. 0-3-0-0; Brashear, Loy, 
13-9-2-0; Brause, Allan, 0-1-1-1; Bray, Lonnie, 
1-1-3-1; Bray, Roscoe, 0-1-0-2; Brewer, Jerry, 
4-6-1-0; Brid"ges, Ralph, 1-3-0-0; Brock, Alben, 
23-12-2-2; Brock, John D., 3-3-1-2; Brock, John H., 
6-8-3-0; Brockman, Gerald, 0-1-0-0; Browder, 
Homer, 1-4-1-0; Browmg, Wayne, 0-1-0-0; Brown, 
Billy, 0-3-0-0; Brown, Donnie, 0-0-1-0; Brown. E. 
C, 5-11-0-0; Brown, John, 16-11-2-1; Brown, Ly- 
man, 26-25-7-1; Brown, Wendell, 0-2-1-1; Brown- 
ing, Earl. 2-9-6-0; Bruwnmg. Wayne. 13-15-3-0; 
Bruner. Jack, 17-7-2-1; Burch, Bill, 14-7-0-1; Bur- 
gess, Jack, 4-7-1-1; Burgess, James, 2-1-0-0; Burk- 
hart, James, 1-6-1-0; Bush, Karmen, 0-4-2-0; 
Butcher, Douglas, 5-8-1-1; Butcher, Granville. 
10-3-4-4; Butcher, Steve, 4-8-2-0; Butner, Billy, 
4-8-5-1; 

Caines, Harvey. 1-0-0-0; Caldwell, James, 
5-15-7-0; Callahan, Thomas; 0-4-0-0; Calvert, 
James, 0-0-1-0; Camnbell, Joe, 0-4-2-0; Canaday, 
Jacy, 1-6-1-1; Caplo, Harold, 3-14-5-0; Carlberg. 
John, 6-13-8-3; Carr. Lawrence. 0-0-1-0; Carrico. 
Tommy, 0-1-1-0; Cash. Charles. 13-33-6-2; Gates, 
Billy, U-5-0-1; Centers, Mike, 0-1-0-0; Childers, 
Phillip, 2-5-1-2; Clark, James, 0-1-0-0; Clark, 
Robert, 0-1-0-2; Cl'iter, James, 3-4-2-0; Cleaven- 
ger, Ed, 9-16-2-0; Ciemmuns, Sam, 0-1-0-0; Cobb, 
Mike, 1-13-0-4; Cochran, Ray, 0-0-2-0; Cochran. 
Roy, 0-14-1-0; Colley, Lynn. 5-21-0-1; Collier. 
Burnard, 7-9-3-0; C Mlins. Hubert, 3-12-1-0; Col- 
lins, Ronald, 2-12-0-0; Combs, Henry, 2-8-10-0; 
Conley. Gary, 0-1-0-0; Conner, Charles, 0-1-0-0; 
Cooksey, Marvin, 1-19-3-2; Cooper, Warren, 
2o'j-i}-U\ Copley, Sidney, 9-3-2-0; Cosby, Carel, 
2-0-0-0; Cotton," Carl, 0-1-0-3; Cox, Ken. 5-9-2-0; 
Cox, Ruius, 8-22-2-2; Crager, Bobby, 10-18,0-0; 
Craig, Arthur, 0-1-0-0; Cravens, Robert, 0-2-0-0; 
Crouse, James, 3-16-1-0; Crutcher, Marion, 
0-1-0-0; Cupp, JacKie, 2-3-3-1; Currv, Randall, 
0-2-1-0; 

Dalton, John, 0-3-3-2; Dame, L. J., 8-25-5-2; 
Daniels, Robert. 1-8-1-1; Daponte. Stephen. 
0-4-1-0; Davenport, Bowman, 6-3-0-0; Davis, Tom. 
1-4-3-0; Day. Bill, 4-7-4-2; Day. Jack, 3-4-0-0; 
Dean, Jerry, 0-0-1-0; Delaney, William, 1-3-1-0; 
Lenham, Alan, 0-3-0-0; Denn^son, James, 2-4-0-0; 
Devary, Bill, 20-11-2-4; Dick, James, 1-2-0-0; 
Dickison, Ruddie, 1-3-3-0; Dill, J. Roger. 1-2-2-0; 
Dilliiay. Ralph, 6-19-4-7; Disken, Jim, 5-2-2-0; 
Divme, Wayne. 2-6-1-1; Dixon, Billy, 12-10-2-3; 
Dobson, Kenneth. 0-4-2-1; Dorsey, James, 0-1-1-1; 
Dotson, Paul, 7-6-3-0; Downs, Joseph, 8-8-2-1; 
Drake. Richard. 6-11-6-0; Driskeil. Earl, 4-13-3-1; 
^"Iruien, Jim, 0-1-0-0; Duerson, W. R., 3-8-3-1; 
Huff. Earl, 13-4-3-0; Durbin, Hade, 9-14-3-1; 
Diirbin, Roy, 2-13-4-6; Duvah, Thomas, 7-10-6-0; 
Dvke, Orville, 10-22-5-2; 

Early, Robert, 0-0-1-0; Eary, Edward. 1-6-3-0; 
Eaves, James, 2-5-1-0; Edwards, Ernest, 3-11-1-1; 
'''-dwards, James, 5-17-6-0; Eldridge, Wayne, 
S-20-4-0; Elliott, Carroll, 12-13-3-0; England, 
James, 4-9-2-0; Estes, Walter. 6-9-1-1; Evans. Dav- 
.d, 0-1-0-1; Ewers, Michael, 0-1-2-0; 

Farley, jimmy,' 4-3-0-0; Farmer, Billie, 
4-17-5-1; Farris, Joseph. 16-11-3-0; Faulk. Terry, 
0-4-0-0; Feger, George, 0-2-1-0; Fields, Jerry, 
u-1-0-0; Fields, Rufus. 1-8-1-2; Finley, Albert, 



20-21-3-1; Fiiiley. Howard. 2-18-0-0; Fi.ske. 
Charles, 2-3-1-1; Florence. Joe. 0-1-0-0; Floyd. 
Richard. 0-1-1-0; Flynn, Bobhv. 12-14-1-0; Foster, 
Bob, 1-0-0-0; Fraley, Bill, 0-1-0-0; Frankel, Louis, 
1-4-0-0; Freppon, Tom, 9-13-0-0; Fritz, John, 
O-l-U-O; Fr.tz. .Slieimi.n, 7-15-3-0; Fuller, John, 
2-14-1-4; 

Gabbard, Jack, 0-1-0-1; Gaines, Curtis, 
0-0-1-0; Gaines, Harvey, 4-10-9-6; Gaither. Gene, 
13-20-2-1; Gardner, Gary, 1-1-1-0; Gaskin, Don- 
ald, 0-8-0-0; Gay. Dennis. 0-0-2-0; Gentry, Dale, 
3-15-4-2; Gettler, John, 2-2-0-0; Gibson, Fred, 
7-10-1-0; Gilbert, Gerald, 12-11-0-1; Gillespie, 
Fred, 5-8-2-0; Glass. K. L.. 0-2-0-0; Goheen. Larry, 
0-1-0-0; Coins, Edgar, 19-8-1-0; Golden, Billy, 
1-0-0-0; Goldey, William, 1-2-0-0; Goley, Jim, 
0-15-5-1; Goode, Earl, 7-10-3-2; Goodman, Jack, 
5-1-0-0; Gtrdon, Roy. 4-9-2-0; Gordon. Terry, 
6-6-2-1; Gorrell, Howard, 15-14-2-0; Cover, Luid, 
4-15-2-1; Grace, Charles. 0-5-2-0; Graham. Jim. 
7-5-1-1; Greathouse. Bobby. 0-2-0-0; Green. Don- 
ald. 4-5-0-1; Greer, Philip, 11-5-3-0; Gupton, 
Lawrence, 0-0- 1-u; 

ria'-s. Tom. 0-1-1-0- Hackett Wilbur, 2-7-3-1; 
Hacke< Wilbur Sr., 1-1 -'J-4; Halbert, Hubert, 
0-1-0-r ;lall, Arlie, 1-0-0-1; Hall, Charles, 0-5-0-0; 
Hall -hn, 0-1-0-0; Hall, Tummy, 5-5-0-1; Hall, 
Willia , 12-3-0-0; Hnmm. Gerald, 5-11-1-1; Ham- 
mons Wendell, 1-7-3-1; Hampton, Doug, 2-8-1-0; 
Hane> Raymond. 3-2-1-1; Hardin. Don, 19-9-1-1; 
liardir, Warren, 0-0-2-0; Hained, Vic, 17-9-1-1; 
Harpei Randall, 6-21-3-4; Harper, Robie, 9-10-0-0; 
Harris, Silly, 2-8-4-0; Harris, Robert, 0-4-1-1; Har- 
ris W3 rna 1-11-5-0; Harrison, John. 13-21-3-2; 
Ha'rrisoi , Tim. 1-10-2-0; Hatcher. Robert. 0-4-1-0; 
Hawking Dondld, 5-15-6-2; Hayden. John. 2-5-6-4; 
Hayden Joseph, 1-0-0-0; Hayes, James, 5-11-2-3; 
Hensley Larry, 0-1-0-0; Henson. Don. 0-2-0-0; 
Hensori ''ony.' 5-5-0-2; Hicks. Gene. 0-2-1-1; Hill, 
Earl. 8-1" -7-1; Hill, James. 8-27-4-3; Hines. Bob, 
3-5-3-0; Kmton. Henry. 8-18-3-3; Hofstetter, Joe. 
7-3-0-0; Folt, Larry, 0-12-3-3; Holt. Robert. 
18-22-3-0; Holt. Terrell. 1-3-1-1: Hook. Don. 
9-9-0-1; Horn. Everett, 2-4-2-0; Horsman, Bill, 
6-10-5-1; H':skins, Carl, 0-1-0-0; Houk, Jackie, 
3-8-2-0; Howard, Jackie. 0-3-0-1; Howard. James. 
6-11-6-L, Hubbs Sonny. 5-13-4-0: Hughes, Rufus. 
1-1-1-0 Hummel. Thomas. 6-17-0-0; Hunley. Neil, 
6-2-0-0; Hunt Leonard. 11-14-1-1; Hurley. Robert. 
2-3-0-1; Hutchens. Jim. 12-13-6-0; Hutchinson, 
Ken, 1-0-0-0; Hyland, Frank, 2-0-1-0; Hyre, 
Michael, 0-2-0-0; 

Jackson. Dennis, 6-19-2-1; Jackson, Ed, 
5-14-2-0; Jackson. Robert. 1-0-0-1; Jackson, Willis, 
0-0-;-! : Jenkins, Jerry, 14-21-4-1; Jent, Richard. 
0-1-0-0; Johnson. David, 2-5-5-0; Johnson, Gayle, 
1-2-2-2; Johnson, Harry, 13-13-2-0; Johnson. 
Janes, 12-13-0-0; Johnson, Jerry, 2-11-2-1; John- 
son VValter, 15-6-0-1' Johnson, William, 0-2-0-1; 
Jones, David. 0-1-1-1; Jones, Denver, 1-3-2-0; 
Jones Frank. 3-13-2-0; Jones, James, 0-1-0-0; 
Jones' Robert, 1-3-0-0; Jordan, Art, 10-9-8-2; Jor- 
dan Larry, 0-1-0-0; Joseph. Charles, 1-0-0-1; Jump, 
Frank. 1-6-0-3; 

Kazunas. Gerald. 0-0-1-0; Keatley. James, 
4-1-0-0- Keeling, Joe, 0-5-0-1; Keeling. Reuben. 
0-1-3-1- Kennedy. Wayne. 0-2-0-0; Kidd. Gary. 
0-1-0-0; King. James. 12-12-4-1; King. Raymond. 
4-18-11-1: Kuk, Charles, 15-11-4-0: Kirtley, Den- 
nis, 5-4-2-0; Knauer, Glen, 0-8-5-2; Knight. Bill, 
18-19-3-2; Kouns. Robert. 6-7-0-0; Lacer. Ray, 
1-7-2-0; Lambert. Iivin, 4-12-8-0; Lancaster, 
Glenn, 2-8-3-0; Larkin, Arnold. 1-2-0-0; Latkovski, 
Andy. 3-11-4-3; Laubheimer. Don. 5-17-1-2; Law- 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1973 



son. Rondfll, 3-5-0-2; Lavne. Malcom. 1-0-1-1; 
Leber. Jerrv. 6-5-0-0; Lefevers. Colman. 3-11-4-0; 
Lehkamp. Ken. 0-2-0-0: Leigh, Eugene. 3-1-2-0; 
Lemaster. Randv, 0-1-0-0; Lequire. H. M., 
2-17-2-0; Letcher, Ronnie, 2-4-0-0; Lile. Clyde, 
4-11-2-0; Lilhe. Wm. Wes. 4-12-7-1; Linette. James, 
0-4-0-1; Listerman, Michael. 1-0-0-0; Littlepage. 
Prvce. 11-19-5-0; Lloyd, David, 0-5-2-2; Loeser, 
Alan, 1-1-0-0; Long, Edwin, 0-1-1-0; Long, James, 
5-7-1-0; Long, Robert, 11-7-6-1; Lusby, George, 
9-11-3-1: 

Madden, McElrov, 0-1-0-0; Maddox, Richard, 
1-2-4-0; Madon, Robert, 13-7-2-0; Maines, George, 
13-12-3-2; Mason, Luther, 0-2-0-2; Massie, Steph- 
en 0-2-1-0; Mathis, Mike, 3-5-1-0; Mauney, Bill, 
0-d-O-l; May. Larry. 3-3-1-0; Mayer. John. 2-5-1-0; 
Maves. Edward. 0-2-0-0: McCarley. John. 12-6-0-0; 
McCIure. Frank. 1-0-0-0; McClure. Willis. 3-10-2-2; 
McCowan. Connell. 0-7-2-1; McCoy. Hayse. 
9-6-1-0; McDannold. Buddy. 2-1-2-0; McDowell, 
Bennv. 0-0-0-1; McEldred. Charles. 2-6-0-0; McGe- 
hee. "Gordon. 2-9-0-0; McGinty, L. V.. 7-24-3-0; 
Mckenzie Dwight. 1-7-0-2; McKenzie. James. 
4-3-2-1: McKinnev. Adelle, 1-9-6-2; McLane, Al- 
bert, 6-11-2-1; McLean. Gordon. 4-7-0-1; McLeod, 
Robert, 8-1-2-0; McMonama, John, 6-11-4-0; Mc- 
Millin Larrv, 2-4-3-0; Meadors, William, 1-7-4-1; 
Meadows, Harold, 0-2-1-0; Meadows, Howard, 
0-2-1-0; Meadows, Marvin. 20-12-3-1; Melear, Le- 
land 9-17-3-1; Melton, Bob, 0-4-1-1; Meredith, 
Denny, 18-11-1-4; Meredith, Wilmcth, 1-2-3-0; 
Meyer' Raymond, 1-0-0-0: Middleton, Johnny, 
4-4-1-J- Milbern, Daniel, 4-3-0-2; Miller, Ferrel. 
0-0-1-0- Miller. Harold, 1-14-1-1; Miller, Richard, 
0-0-0-1- Mills, Dwight, 7-10-0-2; Mills, Lawrence, 
0-1-0-0- Monks, Ronald, 1-1-0-0; Montgomery, 
Chet 23-15-3-1; Moore. Franklin, 2-9-1-0; Moore, 
Larry 0-3-0-0; Moore, Marvin, 11-4-0-0; Moore, 
Robert. 14-23-3-2; Morgan. Richard. 2-13-3-3; Mor- 
rison Daniel, 4-12-2-0; Morse. Richard, 17-15-2-0; 
Mose'r Rudy 27-18-0-0; Murphy, Michael, 0-2-1-0; 
Murrell, Allen, 9-19-0-6: Murt, Gene, 0-2-0-2; 

Nance David, 0-1-0-0; Napier, Charles 
4-7-2-1- Neeley, Rov, 1-2-0-0; Nelson, Clarence 
3-14-2-2; Newman, Bill, 2-1-0-0; Newsome, Wil- 
liam, 0-1-0-0; Newton, John, 0-7-1-2; O'Banion 
Raymond 0-1-0-0; O'Nan, Norman, 21-11-1-0; Oak 
Dalton 3-9-3-0; Omer, Harold, 0-5-4-4; Onkst, 
Ted I'-l-l-O; Osborne, Happy, 1-2-0-2; Overbey 
Jerry 0-2-1-0; Owens, Bruce V., 4-8-5-0; Owens 
Bruce E.. 2-2-0-0; 

Pace, Donald, 5-4-2-2; Padgett, R. K., 5-11-2-0 
Page James 2-1-5-0; Pardue, Israel, 1-1-1-0; Par- 
sons ' Kenneth, 1-8-0-0; Patterson, Bill, 1-2-1-0- 
Payne Gayle, 5-12-2-2; Payne, Lawrence, 0-1-0-0 
Peeler Charles, 0-4-1-0; Peeno, Harry, 4-12-1-0 
Pelphrey, Jack, 1-1-0-0: Pence, Wm., 6-9-3-2; Per 
kins, Ronnie, 2-5-2-1; Perry, James, 6-34-4-3 
Phelps Rav, 2-3-0-0; Phillips, Gene, 5-4-1-0; Piet 
rowski, Paul, 2-7-4-0; Poe, Thomas, 17-25-0-1 
Powejf, Billy, 0-1-1-0- 

Quisenberry, James, 0-2-0-0; 

Racke, Jerry, 0-0-2-1; Radjunas, Ed, 3-2-3-0; 
Ramey Gary, 4-1-0-0; Ramey, Herb, 6-2-1-1; Ran- 
kin Jim 0-1-0-0; Rascoe, Robert, 0-0-0-1; Rash, 
Lin'dell, 0-2-1-0; Redle, Joel, 4-10-2-4; Reed, 
Charles 14-4-0-0; Reinhardt, Myron, 13-12-1-0; 
Reliford, Paul, 3-11-0-4; Rexroat, Jerry, 13-19-2-2; 
Rhodes Cecil, 0-2-0-1; Rich, Dennis, 1-5-5-2; Rick- 
etts, Claude, 6-5-9-5; Rightmyer, William, 0-1-0-0; 
Rigsbee Stanley, 0-1-0-0; Rinehart, Donald, 
1-0-0-0;' Ring, Bill, 14-7-2-3; Rister, Edgar, 
13-3-1-0; Ritter, Goebel. 11-1-2-0; Roark, Forrest, 



7-3-1-2; Rubinson, Don, 2-0-1-0; Rodgers, Tom, 
8-20-2-1; Roe, Doyle, 5-2-3-0; Roesel, Joseph, 
5-17-3-2; Rogers, Eldridge, 0-1-0-0; Roscoe, Robert, 
3-10-3-0; Rose, Walter, 7-4-1-0; Rowe, Harry, 
2-5-0-0; 

Salyer, Henry, 1-5-0-1; Sample, Randall, 
0-1-0-0; Sams, Glenn, 1-9-3-0; Sandusky, Jerry, 
0-1-0-0; Sargent, Steven, 0-3-1-1; Saylors, Caiiee, 
0-6-3-2; Scent, James, 0-1-1-0; Schad, James, 
0-1-0-0; Schmidt, Tom, 4-11-4-3; Schreiber, Paul, 
0-1-0-0; Scott, Emmanuel, 1-5-0-0; Scott, Jerry, 
0-3-0-0; Scott, Sidney, 0-2-0-1; Scott, Willie, 
0-1-0-1; Sears, Wilson, 13-9-5-0; Seavers, Joe, 
5-10-0-0; Sellier, Ed, 11-9-2-1; Selvy, Curt, 
9-15-2-1; Sharp, Ronnie, 0-6-3-0; Shaw, Earl, 
4-12-2-0; Shearer, Robert, 0-3-0-0; Shelton, Les- 
ter, 0-1-0-0; Shemwell, Bobby, 0-1-2-0; Short, Ron- 
ald, 0-1-1-0; Shuck, Tom, 18-13-4-0; Shumaker, 
Thurman, 0-1-2-1; Sims, Frank, 15-18-4-0; Single- 
ton, Bobby, 0-4-0-0; Sizemore, Aster, 14-9-0-3; 
Skaggs, Bobby, 0-11-2-3; Skaggs, Robert, 2-7-2-0; 
Smallwood, Talmadge, 0-5-0-0; Smith, Benny, 
1-5-3-2; Smith, James. 0-2-0-0; Smith, Robert, 
1-6-0-0; Smith, Ronald, 0-2-0-0; Smith, Roy, 
18-11-2-1; Smith, Wavne, 7-2-0-0; Smith, Willard, 
13-5-0-0; Smith, WiUiam. 6-5-0-0; Smith, Winfred, 
7-7-3-0; Snipes, John, 0-0-1-0; Spencer, Irv, 
11-7-2-2; Spoonamore, Jim, 10-7-2-1; Stacy, Don- 
ny, 4-6-2-2; Stark, Douglas, 2-10-4-0; Stephenson, 
Harry, 6-7-3-0; Stethen. James, 6-10-2-1; Stevens, 
James, 7-11-3-0; Stewart, Dale, 1-10-1-0; Stiff, 
Maurice, 7-5-1-3; Stikeleather, Clyde, 25-19-5-0; 
Stoess, Henry, 8-9-3-7; Stone, Sidney, 2-1-0-0; Sto- 
val, Tom, 0-13-2-1; Strain, Richard, 3-5-3-1; 
Strong, Charles, 1-5-2-0; Stroud, Donnie, 1-4-0-0; 
Sullivan, Dan, 4-15-2-0: Sumner, Carl, 6-12-6-5; 
Sutton, David, 0-1-0-0; Sutton, James. 0-1-0-0; 
Switzer. Richard, 0-8-1-2; Swope, Tom, 2-3-6-0; 
Swope, William, 0-3-0-0; 

Taylor, Donald, 0-1-0-0; Taylor, Ed, 10-15-2-0; 
Taylor, John, 5-16-7-1: Thomas, Billy, 4-10-6-3; 
Thompson, Ronnie, 3-5-0-2; Thompson, Thomas, 
9-20-3-0; Thompson, Thomas A., 1-4-0-0; Thorn- 
ton, Bryce, 0-0-0-1, Thornton, Daniel, 0-0-2-1; 
Timmerman. Ronnie. 0-1-0-0; Tippett. Charles, 
0-1-0-0; Towler, Stephen, 6-13-1-0; Triplet!, Herb, 
9-19-2-0; Troutman, Doyle, 9-2-6-1; Tucker, Bob, 
1-0-0-0; Tucker, Bobby, 0-3-0-0; 

Urlage, Richard. 6-12-2-2; 

Vanover, J. W., 4-7-2-0; Vanover, Wiley, 
3-4-1-0; Varner, Ray, 5-14-3-4; Vories, Dick, 
15-15-2-2; 

Wade, Joe, 1-0-0-0; Walker, Anderson, 0-1-0-0; 
Waller, Bobbie, 4-8-1-0; Walters, Darwin, 0-4-2-0; 
Walton, Roy, 0-1-0-0; Ward, Robert, 7-12-5-3; War- 
ren, Bill, 0-1-2-2; Weaver, Ray, 1-9-1-4; Webb, 
Harold, 1-0-0-0; Wedding, Tommy, 0-2-2-0; Weihe, 
Robert, 0-1-1-0; Wells, Glenn, 3-6-1-2; Wesley, 
Loyal, 1-3-0-0; West, John F., 1-4-1-0; Weyer, 
James, 6-18-2-0; Wheeler, William, 0-0-1-0; Whit- 
aker. Jack, 1-0-2-1; White, William, 0-4-2-2; 
Whitehead, Christopher, 1-3-0-0; Whitt, Jimmy, 
2-0-0-0; Whitt, Michael. 7-0-0-0; Wickley, Edward. 
0-1-0-0; Wihebrink. James, 0-1-0-0; Williams, 
Benny, 0-1-0-0; Williams, Bobby, 9-8-2-1; Wil- 
liams, Jack. 0-1-0-0; Williams, Roger, 7-20-0-0; 
Williams, S. Jack, 2-5-2-0; WiUiamson, Kenneth, 
0-2-0-0; Wilson, Bob, 0-1-0-0; Wilson, Paul, 0-3-0-0; 
Winchester, Roy, 8-20-1-0; Winfrey, Shelby, 
6-13-3-0; Wingfield, Felix, 3-7-3-1; Wireman, 
Chalmer, 0-0-0-2; Woods, Gene, 3-8-7-3; Woosley, 
Donald, 0-1-0-0; Wooton, George, 6-21-3-0; Wright, 
A. D. 0-1-0-0; Wulfeck, Jim, 0-13-2-0. 



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K.H.S.A.A. BASKETBALL ASSIGNING SECRETARIES 






(Left to Right) Front now: Jerry Kimmel, Beechmonl; Bob Gour, Bowling 
Green; Frank Firestone, Russell-; Howard Rogers, Winchester; Howard Gardner, 
Elizabethtown. Second Row: Hubert Louden, Sulphur; Ed Rister, Garrett; R. B. 
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Official Organ of tlie 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



OCTOBER 1973 




1973 
Certified Football Officials 



Albright, James 
Allison, Roy 
Anders, Raleigh 
Anderson, John G. 
Armstrong, Alfred B. 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Blanton. Homer 
Blevins, Donald W. 
Bordy, Phihp 
Bovles, Jerry 
Bradford, Bob 
Bradford, P. Neil 
Bramble, James 
Brashear, Loy Ray 
Brauch, Charles J. 
Brause, Dr. Allan 
Bruck. Alben W. 
Brotzge, Maurice 
Brown, Bill 
Brown. Herman 



Gibson, Richard L. 
Gorliam, Harry C. 
Gour, Bob 
Graas, Oscar 
Grace, Charles K. 
Grace, H. E. 
Graham, James 
Greenwell, Robert A. 
Griffin, Powell L. 
Hacivett. Wilbur L., Sr. 
Hadden, Newell 
Hall, Charles E. 
Harris, David L, 
Harsh, Ronald B. 
Hedge, David Wm. 
Herriclv, Calvin P. 
Horsman, Bill 
Howard, Robert E. 
Hunter, James 
Ishmael, Stephen A. 



Brown. Jolm W. "Scoop'' Jacobj', Ben W. 
Brownlee, Robert R. Jeffries, David T. 



Brummett. Don 
Bullock, Ted 
Burton, John 
Byrd, A. Gordon 
Canady, Ray Blair 
Cargill, Thomas, Jr. 
Carlson. David A. 
Carr, Larry 
Clemmons, Sam 
Cline, Nick L. 
Collins. Ronald K. 
Cook, Richard N. 
Cornwell, James 
Cowan, Robert L. 
Craft, Albert B. 
Creekmore, Les 
Crider. Ray 
Cullen. Charles "Bud'' 
Culp, 'Willard E. 
Current, Ra,y 
Dallmann, James 'W. 
Daopoulos, Jim 
Day, Roy E. 
Dent. Don 
Denton, William J. 
DeSensi. W. C. 
Dewees, Bill 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Drake, Richard 
Duff, William C, Jr. 
Durbin, Roy 
Easley, Dan 
Eldridge. Wayne R. 
Elliott. Carroll L. 
Elovitz, Carl 
Farina, Lawrence 
Faust, Jack 
Fay, John C. 
Feck, Richard A. 
Fenimore, Clarke E. 
Ferguson, Rov F. 
Fish. Leland G. 
Flynn, Robert 
Fcrtnev, Robert L. 
Foster, J. W. 
Fraley, Bill 
Frankel, Louis S. 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
Fryrear. Bill P. 
Fuller, Wilton 
Furlong. William E. 
Gallaher. Jack F. 
Garrett. Richard A. 
Gentry-, Dale J. 
Gettler. John F. 
Gfell, George V. 



Johnson, Bob 
Joluison, Gordon M. 
Johnson. Harry A. 
Jones. James M. 
Jones. Paul D. 
Kaufman, Alvin R. 
Keifer, Robert B., Jr. 
Kiser, Larry L. 
Klusman, Carl, Jr. 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lange, 'Wilham E., Jr. 
Leahy, Pat 
Lefevers, Colman J. 
Lillie. Wes 
Linkes, Clifford C. 
Lowe, Gene T. 
Lusby, George 
Lykms, James O. 
McGehee, Gordon 
McGmt.y, L. V., Jr. 
McKenzie, Claude 
Maloney, Ross H. "Pat" 
Mang, Berry W., Jr. 
Mattingly, Charles Pete 
Mayer, Ed 
Mayhew. Wm. M. 
Mercke, Frank R. 
Mercker, George E. 
Metzger, Don 
Miller, William D. 
Minta, John H. 
Moody, W. R. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Moore, Franklin 
Moore, Robert 
Mordica, William A. 
Morgan, Ricliard 
Morse, Ricliard K. 
Murray, Thomas 
Noland, Doug 
Nord, Bertrand J. 
Norton, Timothy J. 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Oldham Ben R. 
Omer, Harold G. 
Osborne, Ted 
Osting, James E., 
Pace, Donald W. 
Padgett, R. K. 
Pardue, Israel L. 
Parker, Bob L. 
Parsley. Clyde E. 
Passafiume. John 
Paxton, Gary 



H 



Peeno, Harry R. 
Perkins, Ronnie L. 
Phipps, James M. 
Poole, William F. 
Powers. Elmer 
Quehl. Harry Bud 
Ramey, Roy 
Raque, Ron 
Rawdon, Richard 
Read, Frederick K. 
Reddington, Jim 
Reed, Gordon 
Renfro, James H, 
Riggs, C. Dennis 
Ring, Bill 
Rodgers, Tom H. 
Rogers, Eldridge 
Rose, Robert 
Russell, Gary E. 
Russman, Godfre.y F., Jr. 
Sapp, Edward 
Schmitt, Paul E. 
Schuble, Charles 
Scott, W. L. "Bill" 
Sesher, James 
Shanks, Thomas E. 
Shaughnessy, Bernard 
Simms, Clarence E. 
Sligh, Jim 
Small, David E. 
Sohan, John P. 
Somerville. Robert J. 
South, Stanley P. 



Spath, William J. 
Staley, Jerry 
Staten, Joe 
Staten, Mike 
Stephenson, Harr.y 
Stuedle, Ray 
Stumbo, Jack 
Swinford, John 
Talbot, William G., Ill 
Tate, Ken 
Ta,ylor, James R. 
Thompson, Thomas D. 
Thompson, Victor Neil 
Timmering, George E. 
Treiblv, Charles E. 
Tuitele, Matthew 'V. L. 
■Varner, Ray G. 
Waide, Harry D. 
Walker, Paul R. 
Waller, Bobbie E. 
Wanchic, Nick 
Washer, James P. 
Weaver, Ray 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Wilbert, Donald A. 
Wilcox, Ursal R. 
Wilson, Louis 
Wray, Robert F. 
Wright, Jim 
Wuertz, John R. 
Wulfeck, James 
Zimmer, Tom 



Approved Football Officials 



Allgood, David A. 
Allison, Richard G. 
Baird, James H. 
Baldwin, Dennis E. 
Barbour, Ralph Barry 
Bhrtlett, Charles W. 
Batterton, Keith 
Bell, Ronald K. 
Bellissemo, Frank 
Blackford, Robert L. 
Buckley, Robert S., Jr. 
Cain, Gene 
Caudill, Roy 
Cecil, James Ronald 
Chasteen, Earl 
Cisco, Robert N. 
Cleavenger, Ed 
Clifford, Michael T. 
Coleman, Louis 
Cree, Richard W., Jr. 
Current, Robert O. 
Dempsey, Glenn T. 
Ebert. Daniel W. 
Fields. Harold D. 
Gelbke, Gilbert M. 
Gordon, Terry A. 
Guy, Newton S., Ill 
Hardin, Tom 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Hawkins, Ed 
Hayden, John O. 
Hcaberlin, William E. 
Helton, Leslie C. 
Hina, Henry B. 
Hines, Richard G. 
Hoffman, Thomas A. 
Howell. Damon Edwin, 

Jr. 
Hubbard, John Douglas 
Jackson. Edward 
Janes. Charles William 



Kemen. Jerry 
Kirkland, Drew 
Kuster, Thomas T. 
Lafferty, Mark A. 
LaFountain, James 
Lee, Douglas 
Leneave, Robert E. 
LeQuire, H. M. 
Liberatore, Samuel M. 
Lindon, Bob 
Long, James E. ' 

McClure, Tom ; 

McCray, Carl G. ; 
Mick, Paul E. 
Moore. Wilham Kelly 
Mullannix. W. Wayne 
Nelligan, Michael L. 
Nelson, Clarence R. 
Pate, Lloyd W. 
Pirkle, Paul S. 
Pittman, Spencer 
P'Pool, Lanny E. 
Pugh, Robert B. 
Reece, Jerry T. 
Roberts, James E. 
Sanks, t)avid 
Schultz. Frank 
Shonteo. Raymond T. 
Sizemore, Aster 
Smith, Joseph E. 
Spaulding, John R. 
Stiene. Rick 
Streicher, Richard A. 
Stutler, Joe 
Thomas, James J. 
Turner, Charles W. 
Tye, Josh 

■Vaughn, William E. 
Ward, Tommy 
Wetzel. Ralph M, 
Wright. Howard L. 
Wright. John David 



Jr. 



Johnson. Stan W, 

Kachenmeister, Clarence Yarbrough, Roy 

Keller, Terry Joe 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI— No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1973 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Member 




J. Thomas Creamer 

J. Thomas Creamer, Principal of Maysville 
High School, has been elected to membership on 
the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control, representing Sec- 
tion 5, to fill out the unexpired term of WilUam C. 
Doan. 

Mr. Creamer is a native of Ludlow, Kentucky, 
where he graduated from High School in 1959. He 
attended the University of Kentucky for one year 
before transferring to Georgetown CoUege where 
he graduated in 1963 with a major in mathematics 
and a minor in physical education. 

Mr. Creamer began his coaching career at Rus- 
sell High School in Russell, Kentucky, as Assistant 
Football and Assistant Basketball Coach from 1963 
to 1965. He served as Head Football and Head 
Basketball Coach at Beechwood High School from 
1965 through 1968. 

In 1968, Mr. Creamer accepted the Head 
Basketball coaching position at Maysville High 
School. He was appointed Assistant Principal in 
1970, and when Mr. Robert L. Biddle succeeded 
Mr. Earl D. Jones as Superintendent of the Mays- 
ville City Schools in 1972, Mr. Creamer was named 
Principal. 

Attention, Correction! 

In the September issue of the "Athlete", 
Bishop David High School was incorrectly listed 
in District 1 in the Class AAA Football. They 
should have been in Class AAA, Region I, Dis- 
trict 2. 



Sports Can Mold Charaaer 
Guest Editorial: 

NOTE: 

The following article is supplied through the courtesy 
of the President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, 
originally written as a letter and addressed to Preside^ll 
Nixon on March 22, 1973. 

I recently saw a high school basketball game 
which brought tears to my eyes, gave me a bigger 
thrill than I've had in years and reinforced my 
belief that participation in sports can be a great 
influence on molding the character of our youth. 

1 would like to tell you about that game . . . 
not only because I am certain you will be inter- 
ested in hearing the story of its ending, but also 
because I am greatly disturbed by the growing 
trend in this country to dismiss the redeeming 
assets of athletics, with its stress on individual 
and team achievements, pride in oneself and 
the team or group to which one belongs, and the 
hard-to-define feeling of caring for others who 
share with you the ecstasy and agony of victory 
and defeat. 

The game was played in a small town in 
California, which has a high school basketball 
team that is young and inexperienced . . . yet en- 
thusiastic . . . and, but for its height in the front 
court, had been written off as a contender by the 
local paper, by the community and judging by the 
attendance at the games by the student body and 
faculty as well. They have a mediocre pre-season 
record, but that doesn't matter. What does matter 
is that the boys on the team, with the guidance 
of their fine coach and their own concept of the 
true riches of life, have discovered at a very early 
age that there is an inner satisfaction derived 
from sharing with others ... in this case, sharing 
the joy of a two-point basket. 

These boys, at the beginning of the season, 
voted to accept as a member of their team, a 
mentally handicapped classmate, who was given 
a team uniform and numeral. He worked out 
daily at practice and was fairly good at shooting 
baskets, but was unable to remember all the plays 
or remember where he was supposed to position 
himself on the court. He tried his best to succeed 
and they admired him for his efforts. They gave 
him encouragement on and off the field and al- 
ways arranged rides for him to team meetings 
and games. He seldom played in any games, yet 
always participated in the warm-up drills, joined 
the handclasps at the huddle and rooted loudly 
for his team from the bench. 

The other night, their team had a command- 
ing lead in the game and with 52 seconds left to 
play he was sent in as a substitute. There was 
only one hope in the minds of those who were 
aware of his presence in the line-up . . . that he 
would score. With four seconds to go, there was a 
jump-ball called . . . the entire bench and all the 
fans were on their feet . . . the boj's were yelling 
at him, telling him where to stand and what to do. 
(Contnued on Page Four) 



Page Two THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1973 

OCTOBER, 1973 VOL. XXXVl-No. 3 Cross Country Assigaments 

Published monlhly, except Jxine and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association Cross Country regulations adopted by the 

Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., p, o. Box 7502, Board of Control provide that the state shall be 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 divided into classes and regions by the Commis- 

Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky sioner who will assign the schools tO the regional 

Sites. Schools with teams that are not hsted should 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD notify the Commissioner in order that regional 

Assistant Ediior JEAN BATSEL assignments may be made. Each school listed 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS ^iu receive from the regional manager an in- 

Assisfani EdUor LOUIS STOUT formation sheet and entry blanlv prior to the 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE ^neet. The 1973 assignments are as follows: 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL rT acc a 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville (-i^Aao A 

Vice-President __ wi P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro Paducah Region— Crittenden County, EarUng- 

Directors __ J. c. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; ton, Farmington, Dawson Springs, Providence, St. 

J. Thomas Creamer (1973-1975 , Maysville; Howard R. t.„ o„ tu "lj i ■ rT%„„ r^ t 

CrUtenden (1973-1977), Murray; Andrew J. Fultz (1972- Mary, South Hoplvins, Tl'lgg County. 

1976), Olive HiU; Arthur R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. Clarkson Region— CaneyviUe, Clarls;son, East 

Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; James R. WU- Hardin Frpdei-ick Fvave- Hanrnrk' Cniintv Ken 

liams (1973 19771, Somerset; Roy L. Winchester (1970- -tiaram fieaeucK ±' 1 aze tiancocK uounty, t^en- 

1974), Bethlehem. tucky Country Day, Leitchfield, Portland Chris- 

tian, St. Romuald, Trinity, West Hardin. 

(jy- . (^ ' /9/?!!2 Elizabethtown Region — Caverna, Central City, 

^y^ow Me ^om/ne'iJi'o/ie/' :i ^.i^'ce Edmonson County, Graham, Green County, Green- 

ville, Hiseville, McLean County, Muhlenberg 

County, Tompkinsville. 
Basketball Assigning Secretaries Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Frank- 

fort, Gallatin County, Grant County, Harrodsburg, 

Fourteen assigning secretaries have been Lexington Catholic, Riverside Christian, Trimble 

named to serve as rules interpretators for the six- County, Williamstown. 

teen regions. In addition he will assist in recruit- Maysville Region— Augusta, Beechwood, Bros- 

mg new officials and in the assignment of offi- sart, Covington Latin, Dayton, Fleming County, 

cials. The names of the assigning secretaries with Mason County, Pendleton County, St. Hem-y, 

the residence and business phone numbrs (busi- Tollesboro Walton-Verona 

ness numbers are given first) are as follows: Somerset Region-Berea, Boyle County, Eu- 

Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells Blvd., Murray. 762- ^^^^j.^ HustonviUe, Lee County, Madison Model, 

b3«3, (53-30(9 ^ ^ , „ ,. .,, „„„ Nancy, Pulaski County, Wayne County. 
Norman Hammons, Route 4, Hopkinsville, 886- x^\^ r^ 4. -n ■ -04.1-/-^ 4. -ci 

3116 886 7066 • ^ Bath County Region — Bath County, Ezel, 

Terrv Kimmpl Reerhmnnt 476-2656 476-'5656 Jackson, Menifee County, Montgomei-y County, 

Bob'^GS" 218 I Ite BLlinVoreen 8i2'9431, Umw'ro^.n^'"'^'""'^'^^ '^'"'"'"^' ^^'' ''''''''' 

843 958'' ■ t= . WoUe County. 

Howard Gardner, 829 McCollum, Elizabethtown, ,, Johns Creek Region—Feds Creek, Fleming- 

765 6''73 (Res ) Neon, Johns Creek, Hazard. Muluns, Phelps, Pike- 
Bob Cravens, 3642 Taylor Blvd., LouisviUe, 583- ^'"S' ^'''^'^- Wheelwi-ight. 

1721, 366-8925 ^t ,or. ,, 

Hubert C. Louden, Box 75, Sulphur, 636-1441, 743- CLASS AA 

5297 Paducah Region — Christian County, Hopkins- 
Bob MiUer, 197 Holiday Lane, Ft. Thomas, 635- ville, Lone Oak, North Marshall, Paducah Tilgh- 

2191, 441-5885 man. Union County. 
^°'^o^qq''i?o°i^1t'' W^A^V^i^^'^ ^''''•' Winchester, Owensboro Region-Apollo, Daviess County, 

r, u -c^ ! c ' u-ii C70 aifti ioqqqiq Henderson County, Madisonville N. Hopkins, 

Bob Foster, Science Hill^ 678-8 61, 423-3313 Owensboro, Owensboro CathoUc. 
Cleophus PursifuU, 808 Dorchester Ave., Middles- -n,- , , , t. • „ ,. „ „ , 

boro 337-''102 248-133'' Elizabethtown Region — Bowling Green, Breck- 

R. B. SiAgleton, Box 53, Hindman, 642-3585, 785- j^nridge County Bullitt Central, East Hardin, 

3262 Elizabethtown, Meade County, North Hardin. 
Ed Rrster, Box 213, Garrett, 285-3230, 358-4428 Nelson County Region— Adair County, LaRue 

Frank V. Firestone, Box 5, Russell, 836-8822, 836- County, Marion County, Nelson County, Oldham 

5120 County, Shelby County, Taylor County. 

^ Covington Region — Boone County, Covington 

T^T-rcAA DUru T»" .- Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd 

1S..H.5.A.A. l^UDUsnes directory Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic, Simon- 

The Board of Control authorized the Staff to t • „* -o ■ -a 04. *• -c- i i- 

publish a directory of member schools this year „ Lexington Region-Bryan Station, Frankbn 

for the first time. Included in the Directory is a bounty, George R. Clark, Harrison Couny Henry 

calendar of events, a section on general informa- ^lay. Jessamine County Lafayette, Scott County, 

tion about the K.H.S.A.A. and a listing of mem- ^ates Creek, Woodford County, 
ber schools and their personnel. Somerset Region— Danville, Knox Central, 

The Directory is available to coaches, offi- Madison Central, Middlesboro, Somerset, Casey 

cials and other interested persons at a fee of County, Russell County. 

SI. 00. Please send check or money order to Di- Paintsville Region — Boyd County, East Carter, 

rectory, K.H.S.A.A., Box 7502, 560 East Cooper Johnson Central, Paul G. Blazer, Prestonsburg, 

Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40502. Russell, Sheldon Clark. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1973 



Page Three 



CLASS AAA 

Flaget Region — Ahrens, Butler, Central, du 
Pont Manual, Flaget, Male, Shawnee. 

Stuart Region — Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, 
Western. 

Thomas Jefferson Region — Atherton, DeSales, 
Durrett, Moore. St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Westport Region — Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Ti'inity, Waggener, 
Westport. 

Atlention, Principals and Basketball Coaches! 

K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 27, Section 5, "Practice 
Games," states in part that prior to the opening 
game of regular season play, a basketball team 
may have only two practice games and/or "pre- 
view" with players other than members of the 
squad. The following interpretations are being 
given in an effort to prevent possible violations: 

(1) Each school will be limited to two regardless 
of the number of teams. There can be only two 
including all levels of play. 

(2) A scrimmage wiU be counted if one or more 
boys from different schools engage one another 
in any way. 

(3) Any scrimmage must be completed in one 
session of no more than three hours. 

(4) No admission may be charged to a scrim- 
mage, only to a "preview." 

(5) A scrimmage can not be held under game 
conditions, time or score can not be kept, coaches 
must be on the floor and coach at intervals. 

(6) Each team may engage only one other team 
in a "preview." 

This regulation, the same as all others, has been 
written by you into the rules of your Association. 
It is the duty and responsibility of the coach, ath- 
letic director and principal, to see to it that your 
school abides by these regulations. There can be 
little gained if a coach teaches and allows his 
players to break rules to which he has agreed to 
abide. 

Supplementary List of 

Registered Football Officials 

(List Compiled September 24) 

If Ihe lelephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given the first ;iumbr is the home 
phone. 
Adams. James C R. R. 4, Box 372, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-3471, 885-3471 
Aker. Robert. 204-A Hilltop Avenue. Somerset 42501, 

679-4861 
Asher. Ralph. Box 232. Olive Hill 41164. 286-2081, 296-2081 
Bales, Don B.. 235 Scott Avenue, Paris 40361, 987-2327. 

362-4523 (No Middletown) 
Bickel. Arthur F., 5614 Whispering Hills Blvd.. Louis- 
ville 40219, 968-6770. 582-2281 
Brock. David P., 3232 13th Street. Ashland 41101. 324- 

6191. 325-4825 
Bunch. Lawrence O,. Rt. 2, Box 128, Williamsburg 40769. 

549-2262 
Caldwell, Robert E.. 12165 Deerhorn Drive, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 48235, 243-3381 (Bus.) 
Carter. Michael T., 404 Maple Avenue, Danville 40422, 

236-4750 
Cobb. Steve. 306 E. Main, Providence 42450, 667-2329 
Coleman. Louis, 4207 Wooded Wav. Louisville 40219, 

968-2834. 774-3207 
Cox. Thomas O.. 439 Huguelet, Lexington 40506. 253-0455 
Crockett. Tom, 122 Greenhill Park Drive, Somerset 42501, 

678-4324 
Cundiff. Donald, 216 Mimosa, Somerset 42501, 679-4629, 

679-4441 
Cundiff, Richard, Route 3, Box 237, Somerset 42501, 678- 

5601. 678-5279 
Currans. Greggory F,, 216 Fairdale, Lexington 40505, 

255-3773 
Davis, A. P., 606<.. Cantrill Street, Irvine 40336, 723-4037. 

723-2194 



Davis, Tommie A., Rt. 1, Shelb\'viUe 40065, 747-8739, 633- 

3010 
Dicken.s. William D.. 313 Beacon Hill Drive, Nicholasville 

40356. 885-6727. 792-2101 
Dorsey. James, Box 504, Somerset 42501, 679-2738. 678-5929 
Downs. Gil. 465 Rose Lane, Lexington 40506, 254-2619 
Egnew. Ronald. 133 Valley Brook Dr.. Frankfort 40601. 

875-3700. 564-4870 
Elder, Gary, 5507 Lodema Way #4, Louisville 40219. 

964-1921, 458-2770 
Estes. James, 108 Ogden Street, Somerset 42501, 679-4689, 

678-4519 
Evans, Thos. D., 117 Honeysuckle Drive, Bardstown 

40004, 348-5290. 348-9051 
Hafley, Joseph, P. O. Box 218. Hustonville 40437, 346-2181 
Hamby. Thomas E., 201 Gateway Lane, Hopkinsville 

42240. 885-9980, 885-9491 
Haney. James Jr.. 206 Limestone Street, Somerset 42501, 

678-8529, 678-8061 
Harris, Mickey, D-11-5, Ft. Knox 40121, 624-2998 
Hicks, Lafayette. 7530-B McDevette Circle, Ft. Knox 

40121. 624-7567. 624-8530 
Hoffman. Tliomas A.. 2235 Hanser Drive, Apt. 4, Coving- 
ton 41011. 581-2399, 272-3480 
Humphreys, William, Rt. 1. Mayfield 42066, 247-8576, 247- 

8576 
Hurt, Thomas C, 122 Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster 40444. 

792-3067. 792-2312 
Jackson. Donald L., Evarts 40828. 837-2263, 837-2018 
Jensen, Edward. .3407 Trelbi Ct.. Louisville 40299. 267-7010 
Kinch. Marvin. 104 Woodbend Drive. Somerset 42501, 679- 

3690, 679-3687 
Kirklm. Luther, P. O. Box 367, Harlan 40831, 573-2195, 

573-2210 
Kouns, Robert, Box 582, South Shore 41175, 932-4540, 

932-3323 
Kratzenberg, Richard, 2529 South 4th, Ironton, Ohio 

45638. 532-0914. 532-2345 
Leland, Lonnie L.. 1857-A Chatsworth Circle, Lexington 

40505. 299-5300, 277-1336 
Lewis, Charles H.. 543rd MP Co. (PSI), Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-6897. 624-4531 
Lewis. Robert Lee. 229 Mandalay Road. Lexington 40504 

255-0088. 252-2321 
Lindon. Bob, R. R. 1, Higbee Mill Road, Lexington 40503. 

278-2439 
Lynch. Lester F., 702 N. Main St., Elizabethtown 42701 

765-2060. 769-5592 
McCourt. Lowell. 108 Quachita Trail, Frankfort 40601 

223-8191, 564-4390 
McMillen, J. N., 305 Riverside Drive, Russell 41169, 836- 

8054. 324-6191 
Milburn. Jerry. Rt. 4, Danville 40422, 236-3288, 792-2021 
Mitchell, Vvron W., State Line Street, Fulton 42041 
Mobley, C. B., 90-A Copeland Road, Ft. Campbell 42223, 

798-5828 (Bus. I 
Moore, Phillip, Rt. 6, Bowling Green 42101. 781-3067, 843- 

3249 

MuUins. Charles E.. Schultz Road, South Shore 41175 

932-4277, 473-9812 
O'Nan. Dennis. Rt. 2, Sturgis 42459, 333-2156, 255-7801 
Puckett, James B.. Rt. 5. Mayfield 42066, 247-6394, 247-6394 
Raderer. Norman D.. 2718 Sheila Drive, Louisville 40220 

458-3767. 267-8311, Ext. 299 
Roberts, Thomas L.. Jr., P. O. Box 7292, Louisville 40207, 

363-5534, 582-2547 
Robinson, James S., 614 Meadowlawn Drive, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-2622, 745-3347 
Rockwood, Arthur, 6520 Gunpowder Lane, Prospect 

40059, 228-8552 
Shreve, Tim, 118 Alpha Avenue, Louisville 40218, 458-5183 
Simms, Randy, 1905 Richmond Drive, Louisville 40205, 

451-1990 
Sligh, Steve. 151 Todds Road. Apt. 195. Lexington 40509, 

266-4656, 253-1358 
Smith, Mark S.. P. O. Box 155, Slaughters 42456, 884-7132 
Stewart, James L., 403 Crab Orchard Road, Somerset 

42501, 679-3586, 679-3586 
Stewart, Phil R.. 231 Gray Street, Brandenburg 40108, 

422-3487 
Stikeleather, Clyde L.. 730 School Street, Leitchfield 

42754, 259-3885, 259-3161 
Stovall, Kenneth, 2144 Glenworth Avenue, Louisville 

40218, 451-6781 
Sumner, Carl. 8711 Cedar Creek Road, Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0783, 459-1030, Ext. 205 
Sword, Russ D., Rt. 1, Box 571C, Hazard 41701, 439-2263, 

439-1331 
Thomas, Charles E., Rt. 3, Mason Street, South Point, 

Ohio 45680, 377-2696 
Thompson, Harrie G.. Rt. 7, Box 137. Cleveland Road. 

Lexington 40502, 266-2819, 278-9331, Ext. 232 
Tinslev. Joe David. Rt. 1. Rockfleld 42274, 781-5698, 745- 

2483 

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Sports Can Mold Character 

Continued from Page One) 

The ball was tipped to a teammate, who quickly 
and deliberately passed it to him and from 25 
feet out he sank the best swisher I've ever seen 
just before the bell sounded endmg the game. 

With that, the entire team erupted onto the 
court, throwing towels in the air, screaming, and 
yelling. Thev engulfed him, slapped him on the 
back and carried him off the floor on their shoul- 
ders to the locker room. 

The few fans in the stands stood cheering 
and clapping for several minutes. 

That was when I started crying. I wept not 
onlv because the boy had scored the only two 
points of his varsity career, but also because I'd 
seen it ... a beautiful thing happen. I regret I 
had no camera to record the event, but I will 
never forget it . . . nor will I be swayed from my 
belief, which was reinforced that night . . . that 
there is a goodness in all of us which, if properly 
directed, can have a beneficial effect on our lives 
and the lives of our associates. I also believe that 
participation in sports can provide that guidance. 

I concede that there is much more in life than 
sports and that it should not be the all-consuming 
passion in American society. I concede that there 
is much beyond it in the fields of music, litera- 
ture, art, science, and social awareness. However, 
I would argue vehemently with anyone who 
would deny its worthwhile qualities or discour- 
age its continuance in the school system. 

I have never felt more strongly about the 
merits of sports than I did that night, when I 
wept as a young man of limited intellectual ca- 
pacitv felt "the glow of receiving an ovation, and 
his teammates the excitement of sharing hap- 
piness with another human being. 

My son is a member of that team ... he is 
the varsity captain. He didn't play his best game 
that night" and was discouraged with what he felt 
was a bad performance. I tried to cheer him up 
with little success. Then I told him that 20 years 
from now he probably won't remember the name 
of the school they played against, the final score 
or how many points he scored . . . but he'll al- 
ways remember how he felt when the last shot 
of the game went sailing through the air and 
into the hoop, and though he won't admit it now, 
the tears he choked back. Then I left him alone 
to contemplate my words and the impact of the 
evening upon him as an individual. 

Do organized sports always live up to their 
potential in building character in our young 
people? Of course not . . . but they should. Wheth- 
er we are athletic directors, parents, educators, 
politicians, little-league coaches or concerned citi- 
zens, our goal should be to utilize that potential 
and capitalize on the lessons it can teach about 
life to the youth of this country. 

The intent of my letter is twofold. 

First, to relate a story that I think is very 
inspirational. 

Second, to call attention to the threatened 
demise of the athletic program in our school sys- 
tem unless those who wisely support its continu- 
ance make their views widely known and negate 
the power of its most vocal critics. 

I hope it will prompt you to reflect on what 
you, as an individual, can do to positively in- 
fluence the structure of athletic programs within 
your own community. — Sportscope 



It's the Principal 
That Counts . . . 

There was a mother who was having a hard 
time getting her son to go to school one morn- 
mg. "Nobody likes me at school," said the son. 
"The teachers don't and the kids don't. The 
supermtendent wants to transfer me, the bus 
drivers hate me, the school board wants me to 
drop out. and the custodians have it in for me. I 
don't want to go." 

"You've got to go," insisted the mother. 
"You're healthy. You have a lot to learn. You've 
got something to offer others. You are a leader. 
Besides, you're 49 years old. You're the princi- 
pal, and you've got to go to school." 

— Lass 



Requirements for Registration 
Girls' Basketball Officials 

Interscholastic contests between member 
schools will be played according to the rules of 
the Division of Girls' and Women's Sports as 
stipulated in the K.H.S.A.A. By-Laws. According 
to DGWS regulations all officials must be regis- 
tered with their group and all applicants must 
pass a test to qualify for registration the first 
.year. Officials will not be required to take the 
test to re-register each year. The method of ob- 
taining higher ratings will be explained at some 
future time. 

The $6.00 fee will cover the cost of registra- 
tion with the DGWS as well as the K.H.S.A.A. 
If you want to register accordingly, will you 
send the name of a school administrator that 
would be willing to give you the test. The test 
will be furnished by DGWS through this office. 
Materials will be sent for you to study. Officials 
who have been or are currently registered with 
the DGWS as an official will not be required to 
take the test on proof of such registration. 

If you do not wish to register because of the 
test, please advise and your fee will be returned. 



Registered Girls' Basketball Officials 

We would like to call your attention to the 
fact that this is the first year the K.H.S.A.A. is 
registering officials for girls' basketball. A separ- 
ate registration is required to officiate girls' and 
boys' games. The $6.00 fee includes registration 
with the Division of Girls' and Women Sports and 
also the K.H.S.A.A. All officials not previously 
registered with the DGWS will be required to take 
the test to register for the first time. Anyone de- 
siring to register should contact the K.H.S.A.A. 
office. 

Call. Barbara J., 215 Bassett Avenue, Le.xington 40502, 

266-8558. 258-2655 
•Childress. Janet. 134 E. Ashland Avenue, Louisville 40214 
Funk. Carol. 1,34 E. Ashland Avenue, Louisville 40214 
Hahn. Charlotte, 5500 Mt. Washington Road. Louisville 

40229 
Heichen, Mar.v, 303 Breckinridge Lane. Louisville 40207 
McGahan, Anna, 1401 Mignon Towers, Morehead 40351 
Morrell, Louie E., 2659 Kings Highway. Louisville 40205, 

454-0437, 589-4230, Ext. 280 
IMulllns. Dolores, 3718 Stanton Blvd,, Louisville 40220, 

458-9021, 282-6601 
Palvino, Geraldine, 208 Barnes Mill Road, Richmond 40475 
Se.vmour, Joyce, 2323 Dixdale, Louisville 40210 
Yarbrough, Rov D.. Jr.. 673 Mt, Vernon Drive, Lexington 

40502, 266-1223, 258-2898 



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Sport 

1. Cross Country 

2. Soccer 

3. Football - AAA 

AA & A 



1973-74 State Championship Information 

Site 

Collings Estate, Louisville 

Louisville 

Fairgrounds, Louisville 

Eastern Ky. Univc-sity, Richmond 



4. Wrestling 

5. Gymnastics (Boys & Girls) 

6. Basketball 

7. Swimming (Boys & Girls) AAA 

AA 

8. Fencing (Boys & Girls) 

9. Rifle 

10. Track (Boys & Girls) AAA 

AA & A 

11. Golf (Boys' Team) 

(Boys' Individual) 
(Girls' State) 

12. Baseball 

13. Tennis (Boys) 

(Girls) 



Atherton High School, LouisviUe 

Marion C. Moore H. S., Louisville 

Freedom Hall, Louisville 

Plantation Club, Louisville 
Eastern Ky. University, Richmond 

Sacred Heart Academy, Louisville 

Seneca High School, Louisville 

Iroquois High School, Louisville 
undetermined 

Lindsay Course, Fort Knox 
Anderson Course, Fort Knox 
Country Club, London 

Morehead State University, Morehead 

University of Kentucky Courts, Lexington 
University of Kentucky Courts, Lexington 



Date 

Oct. 27 - AAA, 
10:30; AA, 11:30; 
A, 12:30 

Nov. 6-10 

Nov. 23-8 P.M. 
Nov. 23 - A, 1 P.M., 
AA, 3:00 P.M. 

Feb. 16-17 

Feb. 23 

March 13-16 

Feb. 22-23 
March 22-23 

March 23 

April 27 

May 23-24 
May 24-25 

May 21-22 
May 29-30 

May 21-22 

June 3-6 

June 6-7 
June 7-8 



K.H.S.A.A. FOOTBALL SCHOOLS 

1973-1974 



School 

Adair "County 

Allen County 

Anderson County 

Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea Community 

Bishop David 

Boone County 

Bourbon County 

Bowling Green 

Boyd County 

Boyle County 

Breathitt County 

Breckinridge Co. 

Bryan Station 

Bullitt Central 

Butler 

Butler County 

Caldwell County 

Campbell County 

Campbellsville 

Carroll County 

Casey County 

Catlettsburg 

Caverna 

Central 

Christian County 

Clinton County 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

Cumberland Co. 



Address 

Columbia 

Scottsville 

Lawrenceburg 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Bardstown 

Glasgow 

Owlngsville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Belfi-y 

Pineville 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Louisville 

Florence 

Paris 

Bowling Green 

Ashland 

Danville 

Jackson 

Harned 

Lexington 

Shepherdsville 

Louisville 

Morgantown 

Princeton 

Alexandria 

Campbellsville 

Carrollton 

Liberty 

Catlettsburg 

Horse Cave 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 

Albany 

Hebron 

Corbin 

Covington 

Marion 

Cumberland 

Burkesville 



Coach 

Donald Smith 
Bob Driver 
Larry Barnett 
Bob Butler 
Dan Goble 
Tom Peterson 
Garnis Martin 
Bobby Steenbergen 
Ben Pumphrey 
Fred Mariani 
Paul Dotson 
Trm Sowders 
Heulvn Bishop 
Mike Elkin 
Dennis Nasli 
Owen Hauck 
Eu.sene Con'ell 
Wilson Sears 
Tom Scott 
John Buchanan 
Tevis Gray 
Tommy Glover 
Terry " Clark 
Joe Holcoinb 
Elmer Collina 
Roy M. Petett 
AI Giordano 
Bob Miller 
Dave Fryrear 
Jan Anderson 
Dan Hill 
Allan Osborne 
Larrv Cushenberrv 
William Griffith 
Fred Clayton 

Jim Prather 
Archie Powers 
Fred Bernier 
Dickie McDonald 
Kenneth Parsons 
Joe Hood 



Danville 

Daviess County 

Dayton 

DeSales 

Dixie Heights 

Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

East Carter 

East Hardin 

Eastern 

Edmonson County 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill County 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Fairview 

Fern Creek 

Flaget 

Fleming County 

Fleming Neon 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Franklin County 

Franklin-Simpson 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

George R. Clark 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Green County 

Greenup County 

Hancock County 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson 

Henderson County 



Danville 

Owensboro 

Da>'ton 

Louisville 

Ft. Mitchell 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Grayson 

Glendale 

Middletown 

Brownsville 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Irvine 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Flemingsburg 

Fleming 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Fi-anklin 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Ganialiel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Georgetown 

Glasgow 

Greensburg 

Greenup 

Lewisport 

Harlan 

C>mthiana 

Harrodsburg 

Mvmfordsville 

Hazard 

W. Paducah 

Henderson 

Henderson 



Pat Dale 
Wavmond Morris 
Stan Steidel 
Tom Meagher 
David Browning 
Dennis Nachand 
John Meihaus 
William C. Wyatt 
Wayne Workman 
Walter Hawkins 
Dick Young 
David Walters 
Vincent Hancock 
Delano Thomas 
Jack Purvis 
Hoover Niece 
Cliarles Hunter 
Garland MiDer 
Paul Reliford 
Wally Oyler 
Steve Reed 
Joe McMakin 
Roland White 
Marshall Patterson 
Hollls Curling 
Raymond Webb 
Jack Cline 
Ken Caplenor 
Johnnv Covington 
Jim Whitby 
Lynn Taylor 
Samm.y Burke 
Bill Urbanic 
Joel Stockstill 
Bill Jones 
Kent McCubbin 
Mike Hildebrandt 
Jerry Griffin 
Tommy Cawood 
Buck Vest 
David Feeback 
Charles Wuertzer 
Jack Carey 
Jack Hasklns 
Wm. K. Dawson 
Ron Finley 



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Henry Clay 
Henry Coimt\- 
Highlands 
Holmes 
Hopkins vllle 
Iroquois 



Lexington 
New Castle 
Fort Thomas 
Covington 
Hopkins\'iUe 
Louisville 



James A. Cawood Harlan 
Jeffersontown JeffersontouTi 

Jenkins Jenkins 

Jessamine County Nicholas%'ille 
Johns Creek Pikeville 

Johnson Central Paintsville 
Ky. Country Day Louisville 
Ky. Sch. for Deaf Danville 
Knox Central Barbourville 



Lafayette 
LaRue County 
Laurel County 
Leslie County 
Lewis County- 
Lloyd Memorial 
Lone Oak 
Louisa 
Ludlow 
L>Tich 
L\-nn Camp 
McLean 
Madison 
Madison Central 



Lexington 

Hodgenville 

London 

Hyden 

Vanceburg 

Erlanger 

Paducah 

Louisa 

Ludlow 

L>Tich 

Corbln 

Calhoun 

Richmond 

Richmond 



M'ville-N. Hopkins Madisonville 

Male Louisville 

Marion C. Moore Louisville 

Marion County Lebanon 

Ma>-field Mayfield 

MaysvlUe Maysville 

M. C. Napier Hazard 

Meade County Brandenburg 

Mercer County Harrodsburg 

Metcalfe County Edmonton 

Middlesboro Middlesboro 
Millersburg RL Inst.Millersburg 

Montgomery Co. Mt. Sterling 
Morgan County 



West Liberty 

Mt. SterUng 

Pikeville 

Murray 

Bardstown 

Newport 



Mt. Sterling 

Mulllns 

Murray 

Nelson County 

Newport 

Newport Catholic Newport 

Nicholas County Carlisle 

North Hardin Radeliff 

North Marshall Calvert City 

Ohio County Hartford 

Oldham County LaGrange 

Owen County Owenton 

Owensboro Owensboro 

Owensboro CathollcOwensboro 

Paducah Tilghman Paducah 



Paints%'ille 

Paris 

Park City 

Paul G. Blazer 

Phelps 

Pikeville 

Pinevllle 



Paintsville 

Paris 

Park City 

Ashland 

Phelps 

Pikeville 

Pineville 



Pleasure Ridge Pk. Pleasure Ridge Pk 

Prestonsburg Prestonsburg 

Raceland Raceland 

Reldland Paducah 
Rockcastle County Mt. Vernon 

Rowan County Morehead 

Russell Russell 

Russell County Russell Springs 

RussellviUe Russellville 

St. Xavler Louisville 

Sayre Lexington 

Scott County Georgetown 

Seneca Louisville 

Shawnee Louisville 

Shelbv County Shelbwille 

Shelbyvllle Shelbyville 

Simon Kenton Independence 

Somerset Somerset 

Southern Louisville 

Stanford Stanford 

Stuart Valley Station 

Tales Creek Lexington 

Taylor County Campbellsville 

Thomas Jefferson Louis\'ille 

Todd Co. Central Elkton 

Tompkinsville Tompkinsvllle 



Trigg County 
Trimble County 
Trinity 
Union County 



Cadiz 
Bedford 
Louisville 
Morganfield 



Robert Bell 
Terry Lightfoot 
Mike Murphy 
Lou Cvnkar 
F. D. Thornton 
George Jefferson 
Boyd Fox 
James Hughes 
William Wright 
Ray Hager 
John A. O'Brien 
Bruce Howard 
Frank Lambert 
Don Belcher 
Ray Troutman 
Jim PojTiter 
George Trumbo 
Bob Beck 
Tom Gaebler 
William Robinson 
George Adams 
Tony McGroarty 
Luke Varney. Jr. 
Tom Daley 
Joe Bill Clark 
Robert Igo 
William A. Scott 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Ed Miracle 
Bernard Brant 
Norb Hummel 
Gerald Houston 
Tommy Simpson 
Jack Morris 
John Thomas 
Danny McAlarnis 
Jim DeVries 
Richard Cook 
Harold Chambers 
Tom Stapleton 
Earl E. Sherman 
Dan Beasley 
John Reed 
Charles Ishmael 
Billy Jack Elswick 
John Hina 
Thomas Swartz 
Steve Kiefer 
Bob Schneider 
Paul Hampton 
W. S. Rice 
Ken Barrett 
Jim Hunter 
Buddy Bell 
Roy Cochran 
Gerald Po>'nter 
Fred Gibson 
Dan Halev 
Walter Brugh 
Homer Goins 
Sonny Oliphant 
Herb Conley 
Danny Lyons 
Hillard Howard 
W. E. Adams 
Robert Holman 
Ed Radjunas 
Larry Heck 
Joe Squallace 
Glen Polly 
Ken Howard 
Charlie Sammons 
Ron Eden 
Wayne Shewmaker 
Leon Dunagan 
Gerald Walton 
William Wilson 
Dan Sundberg 
Earl Beason 
Gary Afterkirk 
Tom Becherer 
Carl Hays 
Ron Cain 
Henderson Wilson 
Bill Ed Leedy 
James Swart 
Roy Walton 
Richard Martin 
Jim Gray 
Robert Fritz 
Frank Petett 
Joe Jaggers 
Walter McHargue 
David Moore 
Mojo HoUowell 



Valley 
Virgie 
Waggener 
Warren Central 
Warren East 
Washington Co. 
Wayne County 
Webster Countj' 
West Carter 
Western 
Westport 
Wheelwright 
Wliitesburg 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 
Woodford County 



Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Olive Hill 

Shively 

Louisville 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 

Versailles 



Irvin Spencer 
James Clay 
David Peak 
Jim Morton 
Jim Ross 
Perky Bryant 
Jackie Jewell 
Frank Parker 
Vic Marsh 
Ralph Buckley 
Earl Browning 
Don Daniels 
James Gose 
Floyd Hines 
Willard Farris 
George Withers 



Registered Basketball Officials 
of the K.H.S.A.A. — 1973-74 

(List Compiled September 25) 

If the lelephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers are given, Ihe first number is the home 

phone. 

.■\ckermann, Joseph F., Jr., 6701 Santom Lane, Fern Creek 

40291. 239-9411. 454-0431 
Acton. Claude J.. Rt. 3. Somerset 42501. 379-6479, 379-2360 
Adams, James C. R. R. 4. Box 372, Nicholasville 40356, 

885-3471, 885-3471 
Adams, Tom, Rt. 1. Upton 42784, 369-2932. 524-9582 
-^dkins, Carl L., Meta 41501, 432-1745, 432-2534 
Agee, Danny B., Hanson 42413, 821-3614 
Akers, Harold, Box 458, Pikeville 41501, 432-1339, 437-4757 
Alexander, Dairyl. Box 71, Irvington 40146, 547-7337, 422- 

2101, Ext. 252 
.Alexander, Howard, Crittenden 41030, 428-1230 
Aiford, Orville. R. R. 1. Box 72, Barbourville 40906, 546- 

5224 (Bus. I 
Allen, Brent, Rt. 1, Box 23, Eastern 41622, 358-4198, 452-2364 
.'\Ilen, Doug, Box 229, Jackson 41339, 666-7478 
.-Mien, Jack R., 1019 N. Third Street, Bardstown 40004, 

348-8294, 348-8446 
Allen, Yvon, Box 377, Hazard 41701, 378-2688, 436-4721 
.MIgood, Russell L., Rt. 3, Elizabethtown 42701, 765-4921, 

769-2311 
.■\nders, Raleigh, 702 Catching, London 40741, 864-4050. 

528-3912 
Anderson. Roger L.. Route 2, Box 59, Harlan 40831, 573- 

2536, 573-25.36 
Anderson, William K., 4605 Shasta Trail. Louisville 40213, 

964-9869 
Arflin, Tracy T., 7540-B McDevett Circle, Fort Knox 40121, 

624-5366, 624-1735 
Artrip Larrv T.. 315-13th Street. Kenova, W. Va. 25530 
Asluirst. John M., Wallins Creek 40873, 664-3910, 573-5027 
.A.shurst, Michael L., Wallins Creek 40873, 664-3910 
Audas, Brent D., Walnut Grove, Dawson Springs 42403, 

797-4011 
.■\yres, Terry, 400 East 2nd Street, Manchester, Ohio 45144, 

549-2236, 549-2872 
Bain. Stanley, 1102 Nancy Lee Drive, Louisville 40213, 

366-0248, 267-9601 
Baker, Roger D., Box 987, College Station, Williamsburg 

40769, .549-262!). 549-1535 
Baldwin. J. Michael. 336 Meadow Lane, Elizabethtown 

42701, 765-2759. 765-2144 
Bales. Don B.. 235 Scott Avenue. Paris 40361, 987-2327, 

362-4523 iNo. Mlddletown) 
Ball, Charles P., P. O Box 991, Middlesboro 40965. 248-4806 
Banks. Buddv, Rt. 2, Box 245. York 41184, 473-7747 
Barbour, Ralph B., 3481 Bathurst, Lexington 40503, 278- 

0144, 278-0144 

P. O. Box 1411. Friendship, Ohio 45630. 



Paddock Place. Versailles 40383, 873- 



Barker, Walter D 

858-5421 
Barnett, Stephen 

8459, 873-5434 
Barry, Donald E., P. O. Box 607, Clarksville, Tennessee 

37040, 648-3455, 647-1.521 
Barton, Leon, P. O. Box 497, Barbourville 40906, 546-6368, 

546-3661 
Bates, James R., Whitesburg 41858, 633-7227, 855-7028 
Bates. Jimmie, 7809 Mango Drive, Louisville 40258, 937- 

8082, 635-2673 
Beach, Frankie L., Route 2, Box 45, Franklin 42134, 586- 

3431, 586-4451, Ext. 45 
Beck, Robert E., 7530 Merlvn Circle. Louisville 40214, 

368-1965 
Beeler, Arthur L., 2201 Wingfield Court, Louisville 40216, 

774-3736, ,583-6587 
Beglev, Bonnie J., Box 88. Gays Creek 41745. 398-732,3, 

430-3712 
Belcher. William, Evarts 40849, 837-2509 
Bell, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Road, Louisville 

40218, 491-2846, 582-5573 



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Bell, Gary M.. 2005 Landing Drive, Apt. 19, Louisville 

40218. 456-1412. 774-7410 
Bell. Robert J., 1001 Claiborne Way, Le.xington 40502, 

272-1291, 269-3326 
Bell, Ronald K., A-126 Cooperstown, Lexington 40508, 

253-3284 
Bennett, Gene, Wheelersburg, Ohio 45694, 574-2941, 456-4191 
Berger, Ricliard, 2 E. Orchard, Ft. Mitchell 41017, 331- 

5373, 292-2336 
Bernardini. Brimo. 5018B Hammond Heiglits. Ft. Campbell 

42223. 798-6874, 798-4214 
Berrv, Marc H., P. O. Box 657, Flatwoods 41139, 836-8270, 

836-8161 
Bertsch. Ron, 113 Moock Road. Southgate 41071, 581-5790, 

731-2012 
Beshears. Jim T.. Mortons Gap 42440. 258-5333, 821-5474 
Bevars, Ronnie, 600 South Logston Parkway, Radcliff 

40160, 351-5895. 351-3167 
Bevins, Wally I.. 135 Central Avenue, So. Williamson 25061, 

237-4611, 237-1324 
Bingham, Bemiie. P. O. Box 88. Worthington 41183. 836-4208 
Black. Willis L.. 421 Ila Avenue. Rt. 2, Danville 40422, 

854-6727, 236-9134 
Blackwood. Thomas W.. 3402 Hastings Circle. Louisville 

40222. 425-9760, 583-8874 
Blair. Kenneth. Box 224, Hindman 41822. 785-3240. 436-3158 
Blandford, Steven J., 120 E. Amherst. Louisville 40214, 

368-0302. 459-4333 
Blankenbaker. W. Larry. 153 Skvline Drive, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-8889. 842-8889 
Blemker. Rav. 2363 Dundee Drive, Henderson 42420, 826- 

8330, 423-6871. Ext. 232 
Blevins, Boone, Jr.. Staffordsville 41256. 297-4893, 789-1500 
Bogar. Joseph D., Box 37. Hardv 41531. 353-4166. 353-7106 
Bond. Howard I.. No. 7 North Street, Apt. B, Trenton, 

Ohio 45067. 988-0536, 539-7381 
Borup, Alvin L.. Jr.. Uniontown 42461, 822-4773, 425-3311 

(Evansville, Ind.) 
Boyd. Charles, Rt. 2. Box 31, Catlettsburg 41129, 739-4262 
Braden, Joseph A., Route 4, Hodgenville 42748, 549-3594 
Bradv, Thomas V. (Dr.). 1448B Werner Park. Ft. Campbell 

42223. 798-2246, 798-6504 
Branstetter. Charles, 213 Short Street. Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2032. 524-5211 
Brantley. Kenneth W., 637 South Main, Madisonville 42431, 

821-8833, 821-4547 
Brashear. Loy Ray, Box 121, Upton 42784, 373-3511, 373-5361 
Brause Dr. Allan R.. 1577 Silverglade Court, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45240, 851-8484, 921-5300. Ext. 363 
Breeden, Bill, Box 296, Mt. Washington 40047, 538-4897, 

564-3750 
Brewer, Jerry, Bonnyman 41719. 436-6200. 436-3155 
Bridges. Ralph L.. 2424 Anne Avenue. Henderson 42420, 

826-4088, 533-7311 
Briggs. Bruce E., 306 N. 45th. Louisville 40212, 778-5397, 

589-3060. Ext. 520 
Brock, Jack. 421 Peaclitree Road. Lexington 40509. 266- 

4435. 255-9585 
Brock, John D . Rt. 1. Box 221B, Pineville 40977, 337- 

3368. 337-5207 
Brock. John H.. Rt. 1. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-0338, 498-1566 
Brockman, Gerald K., 1015 Sir Lancelot Lane, Louisville 

40222, 425-6133. 582-3511. Ext. 438 
Brooks. Steve, 931 Leestown Road, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

0351. 223-0565 
Browder. Homer Lee, 405 Fair Street. Henderson 42420, 

826-2123. 827-5671. Ext. 44 
Brown. Billv C. 4811 So. 3rd Street. Apt. 1-A. Louisville 

40214, 361-4822. 968-6194 
Brown. Donnie, Rt, 1, Box 28, Bremen 42325, 525-3237, 

525-9216 
Brown, E. C. Liberty 42539, 787-7275, 787-7191 
Brown. Hiram T., HI. 1318 Nancv Hanks Apt. 4, Lexington 

40504 
Brown, Lyman D.. 3636 Gregory Street, Padueah 42001, 

442-8944, 443-1703 
Brown Samuel. Ill Wayne Street, Monticello 42633, 348-6231 
Browning, Danny W.. Box 567, Gilbert, W. Va. 25621 
Browning, Earl. 3512 Foxglove Lane, Louisville 40222, 

425-2937 425-2541 
Browning, John T., Rt. 5, Box 590. Ashland 41101. 928-9545 
Browning. Wavne. East Broadwa\'. Apt. 3, Madisonville 

42431, 821-595S 
Bruner, Jack C, Rt. 5, Box 93, London 40741, 864-4322, 

864-2271 
Buckles. Thomas. R. R. 1. Box 56E, Radcliff 40160. 351-6803 
Bugg, James M., Rt. 2, Box 425C, Henderson 42420, 533- 

6555, 827-5982 
Bullock, Charles A.. Heidrick 40949, 546-6162 
Bunnell, Dave, 4075 Victoria Way, Lexington 40503, 272- 

5628, 272-1611 
Burch, Bill, 2128 Mantz Street. Ashland 41101, 324-8397, 

325-2538 
Burgess, Jack. 95 Minton Drive. Barbourville 40906. 546-6703 
Burkhart. James G.. Loyall 40854, 753-1437. 664-3444 
Bush, Karnien B.. 107 Algiers Court #6. Louisville 40218, 

451-1233, 267-7486 



Bussell. Bryan, Box 86, Brodhead 40409. 758-3545 

Bussell, John H., 233 Mt. Airy, Paris 40361, 987-6118, 987-1395 

Butcher, Stephen D., Box 14. Meally 41234, 789-1548, 297- 

3738 
Buntner, Billy M., Rt. 8, Box 29H, Somerset 42501, 561- 

5126, 423-2500 

Caldwell, James A., 162 Clover Ridge, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-1626, 397-3932 
Callilian, David, Rt. 2, Box 270. Pikeville 41501, 432-2265, 

437-7629 
Campbell, Charles, Stella 41469, 349-2699, 768-2921 
Carlberg, John H., Box 234, Muldraugh 40155, 942-2723. 

942-2730 
Carnes, Alan Frank, Dewitt 40930, 542-3648, 248-5970 
Carpenter, Jasper, 34 Queen Avenue, Lexington 40505, 

252-0954, 223-7686 

Carr, Lawrence W., 323 Shelbv Street. Bromley 41016, 

261-2994, 243-3731 
■Carrico. Tommv, 1305 Vine, Murray 42071, 753-7737, 753-9061 
Case. Bill, 3001 Lynnwood, Pans 40361. 987-1331. 987-2550 
Cash. Charles C, 616 Hemlock, Calvert City 42029, .395- 

4709. 395-4165, Ext. 217 
■Caudill, Willis R., Box 276, Wliitesburg 41858, 633-5272 
Cecil, James R., 3020 Dogwood Drive, Louisville 40220, 

454-0204. 582-5521 
Centers. Mike. 70 Calumet Drive, Louisville 40214, 368- 

7035, 897-1779 
Chadwell, Bill, Rt. 1. Box 115, Corbin 40701, 528-6901, 

528-6901 
Chattm, Ernie, 615 17th Street, Ashland 41101, 324-2665, 

325-8586. Ext. 231 
Clark. James Ken. 2611 Delor Avenue, Louisville 40217, 

637-6497, 584-4647 
Childers. Phillip, P. O. Box 17, Garner 41817, 785-5652 
Clardv, Barrv D., Rt. 2, Box 188B, Greenville 42345, 338- 

3510, 338-3036 
Clark. Kenneth. 507 School Street, Beaver Dam 42320. 

298-3293 
Clater, James F., Rt. 1, Box 6, Cecilia 42724, 862-4821, 

769-3033 
Cleavenger, Ed, 1206 Grant Street, Sturgis 42459, 333-4068, 

389-2419, Ext. 495 
•Click, Edgle (Bide), Box 84, Martin 41649, 285-3361, 285-3110 
Cobb, Mike, 723 Highland Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-5139. 781-4585 
Cochran. Rav D, Win 41272, 297-3135, 297-3854 
Collev, Lvnn W.. 411 E. 23rd Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-9538, 886-4463 
Collier, Burnard, Sidney 41564, 353-4111, 353-7239 
Collier. Michael. 18 Roselawn Drive, Independence 41051. 

356-9303, 356-9303 
Collins. Hiram B.. Neon 41840. 855-7275. 855-7317 
■Collins. Hubert. Wittensville 41274, 297-3152, 789-4890 
Collins, Ron, 2590 Old Buttermilk Road, Villa Hills 41016. 

341-0578. 431-9964 
Combs. Henrv B.. St. Rt. 5, Quicksand 41363, 666-7876 
Congleton. S. Jay, R. R. 4. Owenton 40359, 484-5238. 484-3434 
Conlev, Joseph D.. 2436 Roosevelt Avenue, Ashland 41101. 

324-6042. 324-6042 
Conner. Charles E.. 'Cynthiana 41031, 239-3187, 293-3583 
Connor. James R., Jr.. 108 Mary Lou Drive. Florence 

41042. 371-8072 
Cooksev . Marvin. 5905 Orville, Louisville 40213, 969-3585, 

452-3346 
Coomer, George M., 3474 Boston Road, Lexington 40503, 

277-8629, 252-2312, Ext. 2548 
Cooper. Cliarles M. (Chuck), 102 Meadow Lane, Cynthiana 

41031, 234-3621 
Cooper. John F., 512 E. 3rd Street, Augusta 41002. 756-2373. 

756-2131 
Cooper, Milton, HQ Co USA FS FIN, Ft. Harrison, Indiana 

46216, 897-9998, 542-3548 
Coplev, Sidney M,, Box 13, Red Jacket, W. Va. 25692, 

426-4545. 426-4480 
Cosbv. Carel. 558 Magie Avenue. Fairfield, Ohio 45014, 

895-7289. 423-4491 
Cothron, David R., Rt. 3, Box 33C. Somerset 42501. 

678-5596 (Bus.) 
Cotton. Carl W.. 515 Central Avenue, Wurtland 41144, 

836-6803, 325-8154 
Cox. Ben W., 354 McDonald Drive, Versailles 40383. 873- 

5198. 258-5656 
Cox. Clarence (Chuck), 498 Hill-N-Dale Drive, Lexington 

40503 277-5991 252-5825 
Cox,* James M., Rt" 1, Box 72, Ashland 41101, 928-9827, 

324-5533 
Cox. Ken. 2150 Richmond Road. Apt. 7, Lexington 40502, 

266-2313, 269-3326 
Cox, Rufus A.. 624 N. Kv. Avenue, Madisonville 42431, 

821-2692, 821-4850 
■Cox. Thomas O.. 439 Huguelet. Lexington 40506. 253-0455 
Crager. Bobbv F.. 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6069, 836-5623 
Craig, Artluir P., 4154 Lee Village, Ft. Campbell 42223, 

439-4255, 798-6123 
Craig, Ronald, R. R. 2, Versailles 40383. 873-5286, 564-4896 



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Cravens. Robert L.. Jr., 3642 Tavlor Blvd.. Louisville 

40215 361-9427 
Crawford. Thomas N.. Box 286. Sturgis 42459, 333-2730, 

333-2173 
Creekmore. Milford B.. P. O. Bo.x 368, Pine Knot 42635, 

354-2846. 376-5383 
Croaff. Jimmy. Box 1334. Delbarton. W. Va.. 25670 
Crouse. Joe. 513 Greenbrier Drive. Nicholasville 40356. 

885-6407. 885-5561 
Crutcher. Marion. Skyline Tr. Ct.. Lot 423. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-3373 
Cubine. John A.. Jr.. 2000 Confederate Place. Louisville 

40203. 635-6873. 636-4691 
Cummms. Rav E.. 1211 Maple Lane. Corbin 40701. 528- 

8580. 528-6650 
Cunningham. Bobbv R.. Box 55. Pikeville 41501, 432-1528 
Cupp, Jackie R.. Rt. 4. Box 200B. London 40741. 864-4076, 

864-5240 
Currv. Randall L.. Box 96. Cave Citv 42127. 773-7502, 

786-2161 
Curtis. Douglas E.. 844 Princeton Avenue. Fairborn, Ohio 

45324. 878-1612 
Curtsinger. Garvey. Rt. 3. Carhsle 40311. 289-2003. 234-2340 
Dallas, Stephen K.. 371 Constance Road. Hebron 41048, 

689-7577. 586-6101. Ext. 23 
Dalton. John P.. Box 254. Morgantown 42261, 526-4633 
Dame, L. J.. Rt. 2. Utica 42376. 729-4136. 683-2401, Ext. 506 
Daniels, Leon, Garrett 41630, 358-4828 

Daniels, Robert A., Box 2, Van Lear 41265, 789-3931, 886-2311 
Dant. Joseph B.. 2913 Sheldon Road. Louisville 40218. 454- 

7196, 637-6528 
Da Ponte. Stephen J., 2619 Colin Avenue. Louisville 40217, 

635-7223. 582-8437 
Daughertv, Billv, Rt. 2. Morgantown 42261, 526-4511, 526- 

3730 
Davis, Thomas A., Route 1, Shelbvville 40065, 747-8739, 

633-3010 
Davis, William R., 114 Mt. View Tr. Ct., Rt. 1, Pikeville 

41501, 437-6055 
Dav. Bill E.. Stonehaven Drive, Frankfort 40601, 227-7534, 

255-6812 (Lexington) 
Dav. Jack L . 605 Morehead Street. Central City 42330, 

754-4700. 754-2272 
Dav. Lawrence W.. 1113 Centurian. Lexington 40502. 272- 

3392. 233-2000. Ext. 7262 
Dav. Rick. 8138 Entrance Road. Louisville 40258, 935-1398, 

581-4232 
Dav, Roy E.. 1325 Red Bud Lane. Madisonville 42431. 

821-2265 
Davberry. Damon. P. O. Box 701. Uniontown 42461. 822-4705 
Dean. Jerry W.. P. O. Box 105. McKee 40447. 287-7301, 

287-7161 
Deaton. Julian A., Jr., Box 102-A. Rt. 1, Hindman 41822, 

785-3531, 785-3164 
Decker, Neil T., Route 8, Marion 42064. 464-9913 
Denham. Alan R.. 2625 Amsterdam Road. Villa Hills 41016. 

341-2102. 261-9383 
DeVarv. Bill. 3237 Raven Circle. Lexington 40502, 277- 

7237. 233-2000. Ext. 7144 
Devine. Roy David. Willisburg 40078, 375-2257 
Dierig, Thomas. 609 Grand Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075. 

441-5512 
DiU, Roger. 200 Green Acres. Glasgow 42141. 651-2316, 

651-2316 
Dillihav. Ralph E.. Box 87, Central Citv 42345, 754-5165, 

476-8231 
Dillingham. Kent, 801 Bemis-Lawrence, W.K.U.. Bowling 

Green 42101. 748-3660 
Divine. Wavne L.. 626 Walnut Street. Central City 42330. 

754-2783, 754-4474 
Dixon, Billv M.. Rt. 1. Box 547. Hazard 41701. 436-4605. 

436-4932 
Dixon. Ron. R. R. 2. Box 547. Ashland 41101. 928-9691. 

324-9363. Ext. 27 
Dobson. Kenneth. Rt, 4. Paducah 42001. 898-3756. 443-6285 
Doll. Allen. R. R. 1. Campbellsburg 40011. 732-5069. 732-4411 
Donnelly. Edward. 202 Churchill Court. Elizabethtown 

42701. 769-2547. 765-5580 
Dowd. James. 2004 Crown Avenue. Norwood, Ohio 45212. 

731-9489. 562-5924 
Downs. Joseph W.. 829 Bartlev Avenue, Bardstown 40004, 

348-5123. 348-3991 
Drake. Richard R.. 72 Donnelly Drive. Ft. Thomas 41075. 

441-4235 
Dubrock. Donald M.. 207 Kinnaird Lane. Louisville 40243, 

245-3500, 538-4227 
Duerson. William R., Rt. 2, Paint Lick 40461. 925-4072. 

925-4071 
Duff. Birchell. Garrett 41630. 358-4564. 358-9618 
Duncan. Mike K.. Rt. 1. Box 6. Dawson Springs 42408. 

797-8830. 249-3151 
Durbin. Hade. Jr.. 303 Morningside Drive. Elizabethtown 

42701. 765-7893. 765-6575 
Durbin. Roy. 2911 Dale Ann Drive. LouLsville 40220. 452- 

1730. 587-1121. Ext. 237 
Duvall. Jack C.. Jr.. Box 23. Paradise Road. Greenville 

42345. 338-4925, 767-2732 



Duvall, Thomas Jay, Sr.. 4705 Andrea Way, Louisville 

40219, 964-1536, 964-1536 

Eads. Ronald L., 2168 Lansill, Lexington 40504. 278-6759, 

299-0502 
Early. Robert G.. Bagdad 40003. 747-8486 
East. William L.. 3226 Lafayette Road, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-2146. 886-5259 
Eastep. Phillip R.. Bradley 41404. 349-2930 
Eaves. James K.. 104 Southwestern Parkway, Louisville 

40212. 778-0137. 589-3060. Ext. 265 
Edwards. Ernest S.. Jr.. 8503 Saberdee Drive, Louisville 

40222, 426-3811. 583-7200 
Edwards. James D.. R. R. 1. Box 88. Bremen 42325, 754-4619 
Eisenhardt. James E.. 341 N. Dixie Highway, Cave City 

42127, 773-1284. 773-7951 
Eldridge. Wayne R.. P. O. Box 144. Science Hill 42553, 

423-3495. 678-8161 
Ellington. Jerald. 1905 Jackson, Paducah 42001, 444-7694, 

443-6296 
Elliott. Carlos. 2409 Vinedale Avenue. Louisville 40220. 

459-3587. 582-2621 

Elliott. Michael C. Rt. 3A. Springfield 40069. 336-7543 
Embry. Johnny D., Cloverport 40111, 788-6730, 788-3741 
Estes. Walter R.. 2776 Flamingo Avenue. Owensboro 42301, 

683-1808, 683-1808 
Evans. Danny Ray. 716 (r) Alderson Street. Williamson, 

W. Va. 25661 
Evans. John D.. Jr.. 109 N. Highland Avenue. Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-2415 
Evans. Lewis. Rt. 2. Morgantown 42261, 526-4310. 526-3730 
Ewing. Ray F.. 580 Lament Drive. Lexington 40503. 277- 

2121. 255-8501 
Fannin. Walter F.. West Liberty 41472. 522-4373 
Farley. Jimmy. 120 Lynnwood.' Lancaster 40444. 299-6262 

(Bus.) 
Farmer. Bill. Rt. 2. Boaz 42027. 658-8592. 442-3946 
Farris. Joseph T.. 257 Melbourne Way. Lexington 40503, 

278-6783. 968-3361 
Faulk. Terry. 137 Elk Creek. Madisonville 42431. 821- 

0105. 664-2227 
Feger. George, 2602 Mt. Vernon Court. Louisville 40220, 

451-4190. 968-3368 
Feher. Al. Box 746. Lynch 40855. 848-2547. 848-5431 
Fields. Jerrv W.. R. R. 1. Mavsville 41056. 883-3384. 564-5541 
Fields. Rufus. Jr.. Rt. 1. Box 190A. London 40741, 864- 

4051. 864-2207 
Fille. Michael. Box 205. Flemingsburg 41041, 849-4367, 

845-9871 

Finley. Albert R.. 114 Millbrooke Drive, Hopkinsville 

42240. 886-4108, 885-8335 
Fitzgerald. Oscar L.. Burnside 42519. 561-4881. 678-5821 
Florence. Darrell. Rt. 2. Park Citv 42160. 749-4421. 749-5665 
Florence. Joe. 671 Sipple Drive. Covington 41015. 356-6620 
Floyd. L. Richard. Rt. 1. Bagdad 40003. 747-8751 
Flynn. Bobbv. 428 McKenna Court, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5902. 255-2481 
Ford. Donald R.. Lake Shore Drive. Hardinsburg 40143. 

756-5609. 756-5609 
Fortney. Preston. Jr.. Box 315. Hyden 41749, 672-2478, 

675-4111 
Foster. Berryman E.. 927 Waverly Drive. Lexington 40505, 

255-7374. 252-2312. Ext, 2528 
Fralev, Joe. 1704 East Main. Greenup 41144. 473-7075 
Frankel. Louis S,. 3723 Stanton Blvd.. Louisville 40220, 

452-6519. 452-6519 
Frazer. Tom Roe. Rt. 1. Sturgis 42459. 333-4412. 333-4672 
Frazier. Mac, P. O. Box 382. Irvington 40146. 547-2535, 

547-2971 
Frev, William. 4318 Ripplecreek. Coldspring 41076. 781-2685 
Fritz. John C 242 Osage Circle. Lexington 40509. 269-2726 
Fuller. John R.. Jr.. 4835 Epperson Road. Paducah 42001, 

898-3115. 443-5626 
Fultz. G. Roger. P. O, Box 121, Wayland 41666, 358-4871, 

285-3236 
Gabbard. Jack. Rt. 1. Box 552A. Hazard 41701, 436-6125, 

436-6125 
Gabbard. Raymond. Jr., 40 Jergens Lane, Hebron 41048, 

689-4362, 371-6524 
Gaddie, Gary, Rt. 1. Glendale 42740, 854-4144. 769-5537 
Gambrel. Don. P. O. Box 43. Gulston 40830. 573-2254, 

549-9045 
Gardner, Gary, Rt. 1. Magnolia 42757, 528-2947, 531-lUl 
Garland, Danny, 1220 Dale Avenue, Frankfort 40601, 

223-8608, 564-6860 
Gaskin, Donald W., P. O. Box 22. Jamestown 42629, 

866-6184, 343-4222 
Gatterdam. Ed L.. Jr.. 3206 Layside Court. Louisville 

40220. 459-9759. 581-5166 

Gattuso. James F.. Box 1751. Williamson. W. Va. 25661 
Gent. Herman T.. Rt. 1. Box 369. Middlesboro 40965, 

248-5902. 248-3300 
Gentry. Dale J.. 4945 Determine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

447-5981. .'i85-5814 
Gettler, John F.. 705 Providence Road. Lexington 40502, 

266-4801, 255-0835 
Gibbons. Mike. 645 Anniston Drive. Lexington 40505, 

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Gibson, Dennis W.. 3627 Alameda Drive, Paducah 42001, 

443-5282, 442-8657 
Gibson, Gary, Wavland 41666, 358-4580 
Gibson, Kent A., 514 Lee Road, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7238 
Gibson, Mark Douglas, Pear Orchard Estates, Apt. 402. 

Elizabethtown 42701, 769-5342, 765-5580 
Gibson, Russell K., 4206 Trio Avenue, #11, Louisville 

40219, 964-4476, 969-1331 
Gibson, Terrv L., 4422 Mann Avenue, Louisville 40215, 

366-8341, '935-8351 
Gill, Harrv R., 3413 Piedmont, Huntington, W. Va. 25701 
Gillman, Don, Box 1553, Williamson, W. Va. 25661 
Oilman Ronald, Rt. 1, Box 114. Delbarton, W. Va. 25670 
Giordano, AI, 99 Hollv Lane, Princeton 42445, 365-5680. 

365-3531 
Golev, Jim, 141 Thompson, Ft. Mitchell 41017. 331-7465, 

431-8335 
Goodman. Jack. 514 Springdale Road. Brandenburg 40108. 

422-2072, 422-3363 
Gilkev, Danny M., 402 S. Jesup Avenue, Hopkinsville 

42240. 885-3307 
Gish, Pete, 2025 Poplar Drive, Henderson 42420, 826-3023 
Glenn. David A.. 2228 Gladstone Avenue, Louisville 40205, 

456-4726, 447-3221 
Goins, Edgar S., 118 Broadhurst Drive, Wilmore 40390, 

858-3107, 858-3581 
Golden, Billv Joe, 436 East Main, Lynch 40855, 848-2512, 

589-2145, Ext. 52 
Goldev, William H., 866 Lamont Lane, Henderson 42420, 

827-3622, 827-2561 
Goode Earl A.. Rt. 9, Hickory Lane, Elizabethtown 42701, 

769-5454, 765-6600 
Goodin, Bill, 2274 Beargrass Avenue, Louisville 40218 
Gordon, Terry A., 56fl7-B Gilkev Lp., Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-3104, 624-6933 
Gover, Luid J., Science Hill 42553, 423-2274, 679-1188 
Grant, Larrv, 1138 Standiford Avenue, Louisville 40213, 

366-9027 
Graves, Kenneth J.. Box 127, Mt, Olivet 41064, 724-2441 
Graves, Walter S., R. R. 2, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724-3691 
Greathouse, Frank C Lewisport 42351, 295-3393, 683-1561 
Green, Donald P., 832 Brand. Mayfield 42066, 247-6038, 

247-6445 
Greenwell, Darryl, Route 2, Rineyville 401B2, 765-7041, 

769-5537 
Greer, Phil, 3452 Bellmeade, Lexington 40502, 272-4253, 

272-1611 
Grefer, Thomas J , 63 Geiger Avenue, Bellevue 41073, 

491-3219, 261-8655 
Gregg, Lonnie, 408 Rohbins Avenue. Falmouth 41040. 

654-8312, 654-3385 
Griffin, Charles D., P. O. Box 316. Carlisle 40311, 239- 

2261 (Bus. I 
Griffith, Michael R . Crooked Street. Mortons Gap 42440, 

258-5451, 821-5242 
Griffith, Millard F,, 7 W. Walnut. Southuate 41071. 441- 

5746. 662-9004 
Griffith. William, Rt. 1, Box 281, Olive Hill 41164, 286- 

2638, 532-1020 
Grimes. Herman L., Salem 42078, 988-2193, 388-7562 
Gupton. Lawrence, 105 Hillview Acres, Greensburg 42743, 

932-7830, 465-4281 
Haas, Tom V., 10 Rosa Place, Coid Spring 41076, 441-9570, 

261-2035 
Hackeft, Wilbur, Sr.. 1472 Oliver Street, Louisville 40210. 

772-0493, 452-4109 
Halbert, Hubert E., Box 19, Langley 41645, 285-.3745 
Hall, Donald W,. Box 32, Hall 41820, 447-3522, 447-2690 
Hall, Michael A., 1019 E, Main, Greenup 41144, 473-516!, 

473-9477 
Hall, Richard G . Box 613, Prestonsburg 41653, 886-6662, 

452-5*>91 
Hall, ToTumy D., Box 35, Ivel 41642, 478-5689, 478-2255 
Hamm, Gerald (Jerry), 1354 Oliver Avenue. Bowling 

Green 42101, 842-5396, 781-1800 
Hampton, Doug, Rt. 2, Eastland Estates. Cynthiana 41031, 

234-5776, 234-1120 
Haney James E.. Jr.. 206 Limestone Street, Somerset 

42501, 678-8529. 678-8061 
Hardin, Warren G., Jr., 191 Clark Dell Lane. Jeffersonville, 

Indiana 47130, 288-7084, 447-3221 
Harp, Gene W., 1915 Westminster Drive, Lexington 40504, 

252-7992, 252-7992 
Harper, James A., 131 Holmes Drive, Paducah 42001, 

898-3492 
Harper, Randall H., 11806 Dearing Woods Drive, Louis- 
ville 40272, 937-5319, 772-3661, Ext. 2641 
Harper, Robie. Beechmont 42323, 476-8084, 476-8775 
Harrison, John L., Webster Ext.. Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

3333 234-2032 
Harrison, Tim. 2847 Lewis Lane. Owensboro 42301, 683- 

1091, 295-3410 
Hart, James L. Rt. 1, Owingsville 40360, 674-6063, 845-6712 
Hawkins, Ed, 5999 Waldwav Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 42224, 

542-3888, 542-9000 



Hayden, John O., 1624 Stafford Avenue, Louisville 40216. 

367-8662, 368-3351 
Ha\es, James V. (Pete), 4422 Cameo Court, Louisville 

40219, 969-1920, 452-3927 
Haynes, William T., 710 Comanche Drive, Henderson 

42420, 827-3388, 424-7741 
Helton, Roger, 1115 Armstrong Mill Road, Lexington 

40,502, 272-8013, 255-1031 
Henderson, Austin. 2603 Villa Marie. Villa Hills 41010, 

341-6129, 431-0900 
Henderson, Roger A., 1613 Herr Lane, Louisville 40222, 

426-4684, 778-9289 
Hendren, James W., R. R. 1, MackviUe 40040, 375-4498, 

452-4712 
Hendrick. Kennv, Route 7, Bowling Green 42101, 843-3428, 

842-1681, Ext. 259 
Henry, Daniel T., 30 Ann Street, Florence 41042, 371-5642 
Henson, Don R., Rt, 1, Smithland 42081, 928-2047, 988-3263 
Henson, Tony C, Rt. 6, Mayfield 42066, 658-3126, 247-4536 
Hess. Herman, 4204 Summitt Drive, Louisville 40229, 

957-5723, 361-2661 
Hicks, Flovd. 43 New URI Drive, Florence 41042, 371- 

6279, 772-1400 
Hishbaugh, Ottis, Bonnieville 42713. 531-1875, 531-1200 
Hill, James P., 2310 Ponder Place, Owensboro 42301. 

685-2888 684-0448 
Hilton, A, Billy, 323 Maplewood, Springfield 40069, 336- 

7594, 336-7170 
Hilton, Dudley, 516 Walnut, Springfield 40069, 336-7667 
Hmton, Herir\' E., Ardmore Lane, Shelbvville 40065, 

633-2195, 452-4676 
Hitt, Billy D., Rt. 2, Mavsville 41056, 759-7707, 564-9156 
Hollar, Lanny W., 102 Thorne Heights, Eminence 40019. 

845-4831 
Holmes, R. Eddie, Mari Ann Trailer Court, Princeton 

42445, 365-3312, 388-2211 
Holt, Larrv K., 329 Skyline Tr. Park, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-4009, 781-4585 
Holt, Robert E., 3300 Southgate Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-3405, 886-5271 
Holt, Terrell W., 1821 Dahia Drive, Lexington 40505, 299- 

5812, 258-4989 
Hook, Don, Rt. 1. Cunningham 42035, 642-2513, 442-1641 
Home, Jordan E., Jr., 3486 Twillingate Court, Lexington 

40503, 278-0617, 258-5626 
Houk. Jackie L., Rt, 1, Glendale 42240, 769-1632, 769-1632 
House, Oscar C, 125 E, 4th Street, London 40741, 864-9425 
Howard, James D., Box 197, Loyall 40854, 573-4752, 573-5658 
Howell, Arvid L., R. R. 1, Maysville 41l\56. 883-3164, 564-5,581 
Hubbs, Sonny, 6903 Peppermill Lane, Louisville 40228. 

239-1771, 367-6175 
Hudnall, William E,, 13 Woodniont Court, Pans 40361, 

937-1641, 299-1000 
Huffman. Steve. Box 202, Pikeville 41501, 432-5460, 754-7987 
Huglies, Rufus L-, Box 282, Whitley Citv 42653 376-2979, 

348-6831 
Hummel, Thomas, 7850 Campus Lane, Monisjomerv, Ohio 

i5242 791-9184, 793- 1811 
Hun'ev. Neil P., 672 Mam Street. West Liberty 41472, 

743-4311, 743-4513 
Hunt Leonard, 1303 Gainesvvay, Lexington 40502, 272-6095. 

252-7233 
Hulie.^■. Robert. Box 244. Williamson. W. Va. 25661 
Hurt. Tliomas C , 122 Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster 40444, 

792-3087, 792-2312 
H^■att, Robert L.. Jr.. Linden Drive, Lawrenceburg 40342, 

839-4436 
Hyland, Frank D.. 313 Webster, Soiltll Webster, Ohio 45382, 

778-3325, 353-1181 
Hvman, Alan, 2340 Brookside Drive, Louisville 40205, 458- 

1281, 584-4187 
Hvre. Michael P., Jr.. 0581 Shuman Lane, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45231, 522-5688, 241-7593 
Jackson, Dennis, 1345 North 10th, Paducah 42001, 442- 

0867, 443-5366 
Jackson, Robert H , P. O. Box 76. Hitchins 41146, 474-9477 
Jenkins, Jerry. R. R. 6, Cynthiana 41031, 234-3350, 234-3253 
Jennmes, Chase W., Jr., 911 W. 33rd Street, Covington 

41015, 491-8540 
Johnson, Bill'e, Alice Llovd College, Pippa Passes 41844, 

368-2597, 368-2111, Ext. 26 
Johnson James M., 174 Pinehurst, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

2822, 875-1535 
Johnson, Jerry L., 313 Kentuck\' Avenue, Georgetown 

''0324, 863-0333, 233-2000, Ext. 2529 
Johnsf-n, Michael, 538 South Main Street, Barbourvi^le 

40906. 546-4274 
Johnson, Walter, Box 145, Hitchins 41146, 474-5908, 474-,5721 
Johnson, William G., 4811-A Lee Village, Ft. Campbell 

42223. 439-4698, 798-5427 
Jones, Alexander, Jr., 3519 Navanac =3, Louisville 40211, 

772-9089. 893-3641 
Jones. Cai son G.. 713 N Main Street, Evansville, Indiana 

47710 422-3069, 424-7741, Ext. 528 
Jones, Denver, 421 East Main, Apt, 2, Hazard 41701, 439- 

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Jones. Donald Lee. 4:i7 .lackson Street. Campbellsville 

42718. 465-5953 
Jones. Frank. R.R. 5. Bo.\ 517. Manchester 40962, 598-3D52. 

598-5127 
Jones. Joseph. 2603 Pikes Peak Blvd., Louisville 40214. 

361-2947. 637-2667 
Jordan. Art. 526 Dalton Street. Owensboro 42301. 683- 

6706. 683-2401. E.Kt. 529 
Joseph. Charles S.. 1081 Lincoln Trail Blvd.. Radcliff 40160, 

351-6710. 828-2171 
Joseph. Jerrv. Rt. 1. Box 4. Kirksev 42054. 489-2187 
Justice. Gary. Justice. W. Va. 24851 
Kaczmarek. James. 7206 Yorktown Road. Louis\'ille 40214. 

366-0661 
Kay Thomas D.. Rt. 3. Versailles 40383, 873-8104, 255-1461 

iLe.xington) 
Kazunas. Gerald L.. 2025 Lauderdale Road, Louisville 40205, 

454-5462. 426-21)00. Ext. 277 
Keatlev. James H.. Rt. 2. Delbarton. W. Va. 25670 
Keeling. Reuben. 1649 Yarbro Lane, Paducah 42001, 442-4190 
Keller Terrv J.. 237 Ludford Street. Ludlow 41016. 261-9937 
Kellev. Larrv. Main Street, Owenton 40359. 484-2492 
Kelley. W, Ray. Rt. 1. Box 285-A. Ona. W. Va. 25545 
Kellv, Larrv W., 2504 Larkm Road, Apt. 262. Lexmgton 

40503. 277-6433. 255-4212. Ext. 248 
Kennedy. Wayne. 1132 Fan-view. Apt. H-2. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-9351. 842-9832 
Kercheval. David W.. 1930 Brett Drive, Madisonville 42431, 

821-2458, 338-1960 
Kmg. Cecil iSidi. Rt. 9. Bowling Green 42101. 843-6191, 

843-6191 
King. James A.. 5000 Clarmar Road. Jeffersontown 40299, 

239-3015. 778-2791 
King. Raymond H.. 210 Blossom Lane. Southgate 41071, 

441-5509. 635-2176 
Kirk. Walter C. Rt. 1. Box 231. Ashland 41101. 928-9402. 

325-5511 
Kirkland. Keith. Route 1. Wallingl'ord 41093. 849-2490 
Kiitley. Dennis W.. P. O. Box 4. Livermore 42352, 278- 

2747, 278-2214 
Klump. William R.. 2074 Eastern Parkway. Louisville 

40204. 451-3632. 636-4781 
Knight. Bill. 752 N. 36th Street. Paducah 42001. 443-2775. 

443-2775 
Korb. Danny. Route 2. Dawson Springs 42403. 797-8533, 

797-3771 
Kouns. Robert. Box 582. South Shore 41175. 932-4540, 

932-3323 
Krouse. David L.. Wavncath Apt. 8. Rt. 10. Paducah 42001. 

444-7022. 443-6295 
Lacer. Ray. Box 51. Spottsville 42458. 827-5068. 826-8321 
Lamar. Huston O.. Box 110. Cloverport 40111. 788-6045 
Lamastus. Randall. Route 1. Rcckfield 42274. 842-1302. 

842-6511 
Lambert. Irvin. 5110 Rural Way. Louisville 40218. 969-4718. 

582-5504 
Lambert, R. E. iBobi. U.S. 23. South Shore 41175. 932-4041 
Lane. Kenny F.. 514 Henry Street. Elizabethtown 42701, 

769-3587 
Lane. Leon. 1424 Berry Boulevard. Louisville 4021o. 366- 

5157. 426-2000, Ext. 649 
Laney, Bill. 110 Robin Road. Nicholasville 40356. 885-3293. 

885-3293 
LaPole. Bill. 2247 Spring Vallev Road. Huntington, W. 

Va. 25704 
Larkin. Arnold. Rt. 3. Box 219. Eubank 42567, 379-6189, 

423-2698 
Larue, Wm. D.. Jr.. Salem 42078. 988-3138. 388-7562 
L:iubheimer. Don T.. 4516 Estate Drive, Louisville 40216, 

366-3880, 584-2403 
Lawson. Ronald G.. 505 West Walnut. Mavfield 42066, 

247-2536. 247-3663 
Lawson. Sam. 241 Wedgewocd. Glasgow 42141. 651-6022. 

651-5781 
Lawson. Rondell. Garrett 41630. 358-3531 
Layne. Bert. Manlon 41648. 358-3111. 358-9543 
Layne. Malcom D.. Ivel 41642. 478-4471 
Leber. Jerrv L.. Rt. 7. Clays Ferry Estates. Richmond 

40475. 622-7624. 622-2236 
Ledger. Pedro G.. III. 1004-21st Street. Huntington. W. Va. 

25703 
Lehkamp. Ken. lOfi Ohio Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075. 441- 

1475. 635-2191 
Lei-h. Euffene F.. 506 17th Street. Corbin 40701, 528-1501, 

528-1212. Ext. 35 
Leisman. John C. 2033 Lakeside Drive. Louisville 40205. 

458-9905 
Leiand. Lonnie L.. 18.57-A Chatsworth Circle. Lexington 

40505. 299-5300. 277-1336 
Leneave. Robert. 205 E. 18th Street, Benton 42025, 527- 

3661. 527-2561 
Letcher. Ronnie. R. R. 2. Carlisle 40311. 289-5.573. 289-2208 
Levis. Kenny. Route 1. Cecilii 42724, 862-3327, 862-,'!489 
Liedtke. Joseph S.. 6805 Moorhaven Drive. Louisville 40228. 

239-1600. 368-5831 
Lile. Clyde F-. 429 Henderson Drive. Hopkinsville 42240. 
C8S-5584. 886-2433 



Linder, Ricky, Route 1, East View 42732, 765-5141, 862-4625 
Linette, James M.. 1601 Newburg Road, Louisville 40205. 

451-2894. 944-6481 
Listerman. Michael L.. 85 Hawthorne Avenue, Ft. Thomas 

41075. 441-5454 
Littlepage, Prvce, 610 Oak Street, Madisonville 42431, 

821-1642, 821-3247 
Llovd, David, 615 Elm Street, Ludlow 41016, 581-1119, 

441-7100 
Lockard. Lando. 88 Roselawn Drive, Independence 41051 
Loeser. Alan J.. 3824 Chatham Road, Louisville 40218, 

451-9084, 587-1121. Ext. 571 
Lofton. Charles A.. Route 1. Calvert City 42029. 395-7379, 

527-8688 
Logan. Doug. Star Route Box 106. ShepherdsviUe 40165, 

543-2845. 543-2338 
Lonaker. Glendon R.. 509 S. Liberty, Falmouth 41040, 

654-8396, 341-2700 
Long. Robert F.. 664 Lombardy Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-7226. 253-2421 
Long, Steve, Lot 20, Johnson Acres, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-1261, 842-0107 
Love. Stanley. 312 9th, Dayton 41074, 491-9165 
Lovelv, Charles W., 2420 Woodside Drive. Louisville 40207, 

893-7746 
Lucas. Raymond C 812 15th Street. Kenova. W. Va. 25530 
Lusbv. George. 615 Pueblo Trail. Georgetown 40324, 863- 

1440, 863-3805 
McAlister, Caswell, 1107'. Winchester Road. Lot 24. Lex- 
ington 40505. 233-1757. 255-3612. Ext. 46 
MeCarlev. John W.. Rt. 1. OLmstead 42265. 726-3070, 726-3811 
McCarthy, Steve. Box 170, Poplar Ridge Alexandria 41001, 

635-9038 
McCartv. Bohbv G-. 20 Hillcrest Drive. Paris 40361. 987- 

5356, 233-2000. Ext, 2639 
MeCawlev. Jack D.. 8608 Vickie Lane. Louisville 40258, 

935-9143 
ilcClain Gerald L.. Route 1. Box 415. Mayfield 42060. 

247-2652. 247-3101 
McClanahan, Jim. 377 Hermitage Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-6784. 293-3801 
McClure. Frank E.. 4432 Cheer Street. Ashland 41101. 

324-1567. 324-5188 
McClure. Jerr\'. 1857 Cotirtland Drive. Lexington 40505 

299-5465. 269-1396 
McConnell. Michael J,, 7304 Garrison Road, Apt. 4. Louis- 
ville 40214. 366-9904. 583-0822 
McCormick. Rov. Box 303. Aberdeen. Ohio 45101. 795-2441 
McClure. Willis B.. Rural Rt. 3. Philpot 42366. 729-4617 
McCrav. Robert. 629 Dayton Street. Newport 41071. 291- 

4541. 581-4490 
McDannold. Buddy. Rt. 2. 518 Southland Drive. Versailles 

4P383. 873-51.34. 266-1161 
McDowell. Benny D.. 853 Collins Road. Villa Hills 41016, 

341-0949 
McEndre, Howard R.. Jr.. 1921 Deep Glen Court. Lexington 

40505. 299-8288 
McGintv. L. v.. Jr.. 3938 Sunset. Paducah 42001. 442-8080. 

442-8050 
McGuffev. Roger. R. R. 3. Stanford 40848. 365-7480 
McKenzie. James. 1412 Walnut. Flatwoods 41139. 839-9140. 

836-3100 
McLane. Albert I.. Wren Drive. Rt. 5. Elizabethtown 42701. 

765-7391. 765-2005 
McLeod. Robert. Mvrtlewood. Somerset 42501, 678-5536, 

678-8766 
McMenama, John H.. 503 Seminole Trail. Georgetown 

40324. 863-3927. 252-8421 
McNeill. Barney. Route 2, Boaz 42027. 856-3420 
McMillin. Larry. Rt. 3. Box 71. Crestwood 40014. 241-8993, 

222-9461 
McPherson. James P.. R. R. 2. Arlington 42021. 655-7192, 

628-5453 
McPike, Ray S., Jr., 407 Theatre BIdg.. Louisville 40202, 

451-3832, 585-2832 
Madden. McElrov. 463 Lingberg Drive. Lexington 40508. 

255-6504. 255-6504 
Maddox. Richard. 501 Richmond Drive. Madisonville 42431. 

821-1841. 821-3221 
Maines. George E.. 116 Greenbriar Road. Lexington 40503. 

278-1984. 252-2361 
Marlette. Ted. 706 Forest Hill Drive. Frankfort 40601. 

223-1073. 223-8291 
Martin. Billv. Main Street. Sharpsburg 40374. 247-2681, 

247-2421 
Martin, Dennis W.. Rt. 2. Stanford 40484. 365-2671. 255-8392 
Martin. Dickv. .3900 Ferguson Drive. Ashland 41101. 324- 

2035. 928-6464 
Martin. Harold E.. 267 Loudon Avenue, Lexington 40505, 

254-0489, 254-3816 
Martin, James, Jr.. McKee 40447. 287-7947. 965-3171 
Marlin. Roger K.. Box 174. Park City 42160, 749-8425, 

749-5101 
Mathis, Mike, 8447 Fcjxcroft Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231, 

5.22-9010. 562-6022 
Matthews. Doug. Springside. Rt. 4. Versailles 40383. 373- 
8527. 255-1461. Ext. 260 



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Mattingly. Bernard. Box 57. Hardmsburg 40143. 756-5671 
Mattingl.v. Cecil N.. Star Rt. Box 12. ShepherdsviUe 40165, 

543-4266. 543-7614 
Mattingly. James P., 303 Joan Avenue. Elizabethtown 

42701. 769-2603. 624-1842 
Maxey. Michael. 216 E. 7th Street. London 40741. 864-9200. 

864-5131 
May. Larry. Box 340. Williamson. W. Va. 25661 
May. William. Box 15. Friendship. Ohio 45630. 858-5210. 

932-3131 
Maynard. James H.. Box 292. Inez 41224. 298-3848 
Maynard. Lonnie. Freeburn 41528. 456-3563 
Meadors. William. 211 E. Royal Anns Apt.. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-6851. 745-3348 ' 
Meadows. Marvin. Clayhole 41317, 666-5928. 666-7775 
Melear. Leland. 7306 Snpremtis Drive. Louisville 40214. 

935-3654. 452-5541 
Melton. Bob. 2043 Country Drive. Henderson 42420. 827- 

9945. 827-1838 
Meredith. Denny E.. Jr.. 3411 Shanks Lane. Apt. 3. Louis- 
ville 40216. 447-8369. 363-5117 
Meredith. Wilmoth (Billy). 5815 Noah Drive. Louisville 

40258. 447-0-149 
Mever. Dave W.. 55 Parkview, Newport 41071, 291-0757 
Meyer, Ray, 3142 Rosina, Covington 41015, 261-3272 
Middleton. Johnny, 209 Leimaur Drive, Richmond 40475, 

623-1682 
Milbern. Daniel L., 1049 Patricia Lane, Lexington 40505, 

255-5438, 233-2000, Ext. 2143 
Milburn. Roger. 221 Mackville Road. Springfield 40069. 

336-9240, 624-6848 
Miller, Claude O, 704' Tenth Avenue, Huntington, W. 

Va. 25701 
Miller. Harold P.. 103 East 24th Street. Benton 42025. 527- 

8749, 395-7121, Ext. 2363 
Miller, Jerry, 2816 Goose Creek Road, Louisville 40222, 

426-2192, 426-2000 
Miller, Richard, 315 N. 43rd. Louisville 40212, 775-6077. 

775-6077 
Miller. Victor. 311 Sixth Sti'eet. Ravenna 40472. 723-5488. 

723-5414 
Mills. Lawrence G.. Box 788. Barbourville 40906. 546-3544. 

546-3440 
Mitchell. Curtis, 150 Pride Avenue. Madisonville 42431. 

821-0987 
Moberlv. Harold F.. 144 Roseniont Garden, Lexington 

40503. 278-8656, 277-1956 
Money, John, 33 Cherrv Hill Drive. Williamstown 41097, 

823-7551, 824-4433 
Monks, Ronald, 6714 Cindy Drive, Louisville 40258, 937-6222 
Montgomery, Chester, 901 South Elm Street, Henderson 

42420, 826-7845, 826-7845 
Mooie, Franklin, 5351 Whitmore Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45238, 922-8317, 621-8770 
Moore, Marvin, 1011 Christian Street, Morehead 40351, 

784-6467, 784-5792 
Moore, Robert, 441 Forest Avenue. Erlanger 41018. 341- 

6837. 563-1100 
Morean. M. Earl. 3600 Kings Highway. Louisville 40220. 

451-0171. 582-3511. Ext. 431 
Morgan. Richard. Rt. 6, Box 64, London 40741. 864-6511. 

864-5114 
Morrell. Louie E.. 2659 Kings Highway. Louisville 40205. 

454-0437. 589-4230. Ext. 280 
Morris. Edmund A,. 515 Lake Tower Apt. 515. Lexington 

40502. 269-1680. 564-6716 
Morris. Larry G.. Rt. 1. Lewisport 42351. 295-6673 
Morris. Ronald L.. 57 N. Nicholas Road. Burlington 4100c). 

586-6674. 632-2526 
Morrison, Dairiel G.. Rt, 8. Garvin Lane. Bowling Green 

42101. 843-1835. 842-0300 
Moser. Rudy C. Box 81. Corydon 42406. 533-7491, 533-7491 
Moss. Marvin T.. 527 Laketower Drive =39, Lexington 

40502. 266-4576. 269-3326 
Mounts. G. W.. Jr.. Rt. 1. Box 147. Delbarton. W. Va. 25S70 
Mullins. William B.. 609 Rogers Road. Lexington 40505. 

299-7639. 255-3645 
Murphv. Michael P., 1351 Trinity Park Drive. Louisville 

40213. 363-9089, 969-6580 
Murt, Gene T., 1106 Yarbro Lane, Paducah 42001, 443-7950 
Nance, David, 107 Grmstead Court, Glasgow 42141, 651-5955 
Napier, Carl, Rt. 1, Box 253-A, Evarts 40828, 837-3203 
Napier, Charles M., Chavies 41727, 436-4125, 436-5101 
Newman, Jeff, Box 263, Union 41091, 384-3940 
Newman, Rick, Box 263, Union 41091. 384-3940 
Newsome. Williain. Jr., Rt. 2, Grethel 4163J, 587-2858, 

478-2255 
Nieland, Doug, Rt. 6, Richmond 40475, 623-7706, 622-2544 
Ogden, Paul J.. Jr., 1419 Mark Trail, Louisville 40222, 

420-3575, 584-0115 
O'Keefe, Tom, 9358 Gma Drive, West Chester, Ohio 

45269, 777-6897, 563-0220 
Oldham, John H., Box 254EE, Prospect 40059, 228-1698 
Omer. Harold G., 150 No. Crestmoor, Louisville 40206, 

896-4170, 968-6207 
O'Nan, Dennis, R. R. 2, Sturgis 42459, 333-2156, 257-3341 
O'Nan, Norman, Rt. 1. Box 305A, Henderson 42420, 827- 

3968, 826-9578 



Onkst, Ted, 908 W, 33rd Street, Covington 41015, 581-8047, 

581-5557 
Osborne, Lonnie K., Box 46, Robinson Creek 41560 639- 

4049, 432-1414 
Overbey, Jerry, Route 6, Murray 42071, 436-2454, 753-1250 
Owens, Bruce E., P. O. Box 917, Harlan 40831, 573-3419, 

573-1661 
Owens, Bruce V.. Box 12, New Castle 40050, 346-5348, 

346-8421 
Owings, Hank, 1713 Chester Road. Louisville 40216, 448-7130 
Page, Ted, R. R. 1, Hanover, Indiana 47243, 866-2646 
Palko, Edward T., Rt. 1, Owenton Road, Frankfort 40601, 

223-8833, 227-2713 
Pardue, Israel L,. Sr., Rt. 2, Box 482F. New Albany 

Indiana 47150, 944-0279, 774-6431 
Parsons, Kenneth, Box 121, Cumberland 40823, 589-5184, 

589-2625 
Patterson, Joe C, 737 Cloverdale Drive, Harrodsbure 

40330, 734-2110 
Payne, Lawrence, 83 Ryan Way, Fairdale 40118, 366-1303 
Pearl, George W., Jr., 3112 Vogue Avenue, Louisville 

40220, 452-1288, 582-5521 
Pearson, Troy J., 2612 Greenbrier, Dayton, Ohio 45406 

275-2249, 461-4830. Ext, 5518 
Peden, Harlan C. 11, 2148 Sage Road, Lexington 40504 

277-2143 
Pedigo, Albert M., 317E Southside Court, Louisville 40214 

368-1283, 459-5500, Ext. 247 
Pelphrey, Paul L., Bemis-Lawience Hall =703 W.K U 

Bowling Green 42101, 748-3564 
Pence, Wm. Jerry, 109 Gregory, Elizabethtown 42701. 

765-2018. 351 -.5949 
Perry. James E.. Paducah 42001. 554-2945. 554-1706 
Peterson. Bill S., P. O, Box 213, Bardstown 40004. 348- 

9696, 348-9224 
Pettit. Robert. 102 Chapel Street. Falmouth 41040 654- 

8782. 341-2700 
PhehDs. Ray. P O. Box 187, Russell 41169, 836-6646, 

928-6533 
Phillippi, Jack, 3817 Feather Lane, Elsmere 41018, 341- 

0162, 331-01180 
Phil'ios, Harold D., Shalimar Apt. D-9, Glasgow 42141 

'■78-4078, 651-5196 
Phillips, Thomas M., Rt. 2, Box 457, Pikeville 41501 639- 

41,52 432-3380 
Pietrowski. Paul, 108 Bishop Street, Corbin 40701 528- 

fi''91, 528-1630 
Plummer, George M., Box 125, Vanceburg 41179 796-2903 

325-8511, Ext. 540 
Plumn-?r. William B., Box 323, Vanceburg 41179 796- 

22R-' 325-8511 
Poe, Thomas (Buddiei, 6th & Hemlock, Calvert Citv 

42029, 395-7595, 942-2112 

Poer, Michael B., 142 W. Hickman, Winchester 40391 

744-9S91, 744-1218 
Powell, Harry W., Jr , 102 Glen Cove. Nicholasville 40356 

885-5410 S73-S011 
Po'vell. Mike. Rt. 1. Box 193. Hickman 42050 236-3197 

"6-9128 
Pov=ll Ronald R , 101 Court Drive. Benton 42025 527- 

7424, 395-7121 
Powers Clark, 119 12th Street, Lexington 40505, 254-2158 

2D3 1212 
Powers, James A.. Rt. 1, Box 375, Williainsburg 40769 

,549-2950 
P'Pool, Lanny E., 115 Hall Street, Madisonville 42431 

821-0922 821-1553 
Prater Otis Jr. 407 W Jefferson Street, Bei-ea 40403. 986- 

S729 256-4816 
Price, Terry S., R, R. 2, Brooksville 41004, 724-3576 
P-oftitt, Carlie M., R. R. 4, Tompkinsville 42167, 434-2797 
Racks, Jerry W,, 111 Orchard Lane, Alexandria 41001, 

K35-2143 635-2191 
Radiunas, Edward, Rt. 3, Box 21, Prestonsburg 41653, 

8S6 6 93 886-2252 
Rains. Everatt P.. Rt 1, Box 424, WilliaiTisburg 40769, 

549-0240, 549-2781 
Rail, Edward. 247 Maple .Avenue, Danville 40422, 236-8929, 

23n-5047 
Ramey, Gary, Route 1, Morehead 40351, 683-2181, 674-6325 
Randolph, D. E,, 136 Jefferson Avenue, Danville 40422, 

236-2492, 787-6131 
Rankm, Jim, 5811 Robin Wood Road, Louisville 40218, 

968-69i4, 584-6915 
Rascoe, Robert B., 523 Sumpter. Bowling Green 42101. 

842-2330. 745 -.3357 
Rase Richard A . Rt. 1. Wheelersburg. Ohio 45694. 574- 

2342. 574-9474 
Ratliff. Johnny. Box 101. Auxier 41602. 886-6538. 886-6466 
Rsdle. Joel E.. 6003 Applegate Lane. Louisville 40219. 969- 

7276. 452-4902 
Redmond. William M.. Jr.. 949 Holly Springs Drive. Le.x- 

inglon 40504. 278-2237. 293-0111 
Reeco. Joe Wayne, Rt. 1, Box 470, Evarts 40828, 837-2820, 

573-2805 
Reed, Charles R,, 102 Elizabeth Street, Versailles 40383, 

873-4213, 252-1122 (Lexington) 



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Reeves, Curtis. 568 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

1725, 252-2246, Ext. 214 
Rexroat. Jerry L.. 7424 Jamaica Drive. Louisville 40214. 

935-2116. 447-3221 
Rhodes. Cecil. Box 291, Barbourville 40906, 546-4777 
Rhodus. Harry D.. 2318 Pierson Drue. Lexington 40505. 

2M9-<1177. 233-2000. Ext. 2611 
Rich. Dennis W., 715 Lakeshore Drive, Villa Hills 41011, 

341-1818, 371-8575 
Richeson, King, 781 Marcella Street. Versailles 40383. 

873-8907. 873-5434 
Riggs. Stan. 2780 Winchester Apt. 3. Ashland 41101 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkwav. Lexington 40505. 

299-7089. 255-8492 



W. 



447 



Main. Barbourville 40906. 



Roark, David 

546-6783 
Roark. Forrest G.. 1707 Harrogate Road, Lexington 40505. 

299-6010, 293-3432 
Roberts. Louis. 3519 Huon Drive, Louisville 40218 459- 

6830, 459-2020, Ext, 72 
Robinson, Donald L.. 2012 Poplar Street, Kenova, W, Va 

25530 
Robinson, Larry G., West Van Lear 41268. 789-4840 
Robinson, Lewis, Box 171. Pikeville 41501, 432-3927 

432-2592 
Robinson. Tony L.. 407 Bell Street. Princeton 42445 

365-2105. 797-3771. Ext. 268 
Roe. Buddy. Isom 41824. 633-2973. 633-2339 
Roesel, Joseph, 429 Pickett Drive, Lookout Hgts. 41011 

331-1880, 581-1200 
Roller, Otis C, 808 Chamberry Drive, Louisville 40207, 

895-6356, 587-1121, Ext. 307 
Rose. Jim. Pippa Passes 41844. 368-3275. 368-2121 
Rosen. William H.. Box 2197. Williamson. W. Va. 25661 
Ross. Hugh C. 3231,, 52nd Street, Ashland 41101. 325-1313, 

325-8511. Ext. 451 
Russman. Godfrey F.. Jr.. 1041 Goss Avenue. Louisville 

40217. 6.'!5-7426. 635-7426 
Salyer. Henry E.. 5602 Spicewood. Louisville 40219, 969- 

6371 
Sammons, C. J.. Box 57, Red Jacket, W, Va. 25692 
Sample. Randy. 432 Lafayette Avenue. Lexington 40502 

266-4265 
Sams. Glenn. Rt. 1. Auburn 42206. 542-6139. 843-1183 
Sanders. Dan S.. 858 Malabu Drive. Apt. 14. Lexington 

40502. 2-9-5275. 269-5275 
Sargent. Donald. 1314 Vine Street. Mavsville 41056. 

564-6407 
Sargent. Steven F.. 211 Crest Drive. Hopkinsville 42240. 

886-9540. 798-5891 
Saylors. Carlee. Rt. 8. Box 470. Murray 42071. 753-7979. 

924-5602 
Sayre. James M-. 2191 Lansill Road. Lexington 40504. 

277-0036 
Echell. Jerry, 218 Jesselin Drive, Lexington 40503, 278- 

■:445. 277-3737 
Schmidt. Tom 6710 Bahama Lane. Louisville 40219. 969- 

7730. 959-77::;u 
Scott. Jerry, 1122 Spendthrift, Lexington 40502, 272-6064, 

27C 9"4f! 
Scott, Emmanuel, 1614 Potter Place, Cincinnati, Ohio 

-:5207. 281-6923, 961-0022 
Scott. Sidney H., Albany 42602. 387-5284. 387-5186 
Leo. I. Trav.s P.. Route 1. Columbia 42728. 384-4811, 384- 

275! 
Scott, Willie L.. 217 Showalter. 

3757. 863-3321 
rcribsr. Jackie L.. Box 34, New Castle 40050, 

5£5-.'9j:i 
Scurrv, Henry L.. Box 31. K.S.U.. Estill Apt. 4. Frank- 
fort 40601. 875-1288. 564-6066 
Sears Wilson. 1589 Grinstead Avenue. Bowling Green 

42101. 843-2268. 842-1674 
Selvy. Curt. 103 Steele. Corbin 40701. 328-4677. 528-2113 
Settles. Jeffrey K.. Route 3A, Springfield 40069, 262-5766 
Shanks, Stephen, 4337 Grandview Drive. Ashland 41101. 

324-1712. 928-6464 
Shaw. Earl. 121 Hagan Court. Lancaster 40444, 792-2370, 

792-;.018 
Shearer, Robert L., 586 Charlemayne Blvd.. Elizabeth- 

loi-,n 42701. 769-1383, 769-3381 
Shelton. Lester T.. Rt. 2. West Paducah 42086. 488-3932 
Shewmaker. Treffert. 21 Broadway. Nicholasville 40356. 

885-5693. 885-4711 
Shields. Donald C. 555 Coachlight Drive. Fort Mitchell 

41017. 342-8887. 791-1680 
Shinbaum. Ralph. 1828 Fawn Drive. Owensboro 42301. 

684-7677. 683-2401. Ext. 473 
fhipp. David E.. 133 Hartweg Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075. 

711-1163. 431-4246 
Shivelv. Win. E.. 522 N. 27th. Louisville 40212. 776-0720, 

587-1255 
Short, Kerry, 205 Dale Heights, Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2728 
Showalter, John, 116 Military, Georgetown 40324, 863- 
1892, 863-1892 



Georgetown 40324, 863- 
346-6261, 



Shuck. Thomas G.. 2073 Williamsburg Road. Lexington 

40504. 277-8780. 252-4486 

Sims. Frank D.. 5400 Billtown Road, Jeffersontown 

40299, 239-7366 
Sims, Roy v., Ledbetter 42058, 898-7403, 443-6210 
Singleton, Bobby L., 5711 Omega Street, Louisville 

40258, 937-4712 
Sizemore, Austin, Oneida Baptist Inst.. Oneida 40972. 

847-2004. 847-2202 
Skaggs. Bobby L.. 619 Old State Road. Brandenburg 

40108. 422-2492. 422-3363 
Skaggs. Robert L. (Bill). P. O. Box 372. Leitchfield 

42754. 259-3438. 259-4144 
Slone. Martin. Robinson Creek 41560. 639-2009 (Bus.) 
Slover. Troy. Jr.. Box 61. Combs 41729. 436-2873 
Smith. Benny. Rt. 3. Box 5. Manchester 40962. 598-3041. 

598-9934 
Smith. Darrell C. R. R. 2. Box 69, Nicholasville 40356. 

885-5406. 252-6651 
Smith. Dwight H.. P. O. Box 518. Morehead 40351. 

784-9770. 784-9275 

Smith. Gary U.. 107 St. Mary's Lane. Waverly. Ohio 

45690. 947-4627. 947-2151 
Smith. James G.. Box 202, Burlington 41005, 586-6048 
Smith, James H.. Rt. 1. Box 437. South Shore 41175. 

932-4497 354-3101 
Smith. Mickey K.. 951 South 1st, Mayfield 42066, 247-5449 
Smith, Paul, 914 Virginia Avenue, Florence 41042. 371- 

8558 
Smith. Robert L.. Rt, 1. Rolling Hills. Somerset 42501. 

679-2370, 679-4371 
Smith. Ronald K.. 1626 Catalpa. Louisville 40211. 772-9647. 

637-3045 
Smith. Roy M.. Ned 41355. 666-7775 (Bus.) 
Smith. Virginia Lee. Rt. 1. Box 233A, Baxter 40806. 

573-2488 
Smith. Wavne N,. 528 Jackson. Campbellsville 42718. 

465-5268. 387-2751 
Smith, Willard N.. P. O. Box 23, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-5339, 465-4174 
Smith, William E., 4122 St, John's Terrace, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45236, 791-3082. 745-3504 
Snipes. John W.. 931 South 14th. Mayfield 42066. 247- 

7279. 247-6041 
Snodgrass. Jack D.. 351 Knollwood. Highland Heights 

41076. 441-1188, 431-5595 
Soper. Clyde B.. Box 111, Millersburg 40348. 484-3487. 

293-3969 
South. Douglas E., P. O. Box 5, Summit 42783, 862-4562, 

242-2222 
Sowder, "bIIIv D,, R. R. 1, Mt. Vernon 40456, 256-2039 
Sparks, Glenn D., 2425 Moore Street, Ashland 41101, 

324-3423 
Spicer, David I,, 127 Morehead Street, Central City 42330, 

754-1379 
Spoonamore, Jim, 111 Pettus Court, Stanford 40484, 365- 

2348, 233-2000, Ext. 2162 
Stacy. Donnie R.. Rt. 4, Box 28, Blue Diamond 41718, 

436-6209. 436-5632 
Stansburv. Charles F., Normal Hall #15, M,S.U., Morehead 

40351, 784-5135 
Stark. Douglas O.. R. R. 3, Bedford 40006, 255-7301, 265-4722 
Starks, James L., P. O. Box 308. Mortons Gap 42440. 

258-5342 
Stephenson. Harrv S.. 1612 Hawthorn Lane. Lexington 

40505. 299-1757, 233-8221 

Stethen, James E.. Box 134, Bedford 40006. 255-3285. 265- 

4717 (Madison. Ind.l 
Stevens. James L.. 142 East Noel, Madisonville 42431, 

821-0245, 821-5876 
Stevenson, M. G.. Route 1, Russellville 42276, 726-9453. 

726-9531 
Stewart, Dale, Town & Country Trailer Ct-, Lot 148, 

Owensboro 42301, 685-3459, 685-3121 
Stewart, James R.. 2164 Sherwood, Louisville 40205, 459- 

2329, 897-5188 
Stiff, Maurice (Moe), 2150 Glenworth Avenue, Louisville 

40218, 454-7808, 585-2995 
Stone, Kenneth W., 1127 Clav Street. Henderson 42420, 

826-9336 
Stone, Sidney P„ 318 E. Waller, Morganfield 42437, 389- 

3962, 389-1531 
Stovall, Tom, 215 Mellwood Drive, Greenville 42345, 338- 

5828. ,338-3550 
Strain. Richard P.. P, O. Box 472. Radcliff 40160, 351- 

4306. 624-2214 
Stratton. Robert J.. East View. Shelbyville 40065. 633- 

3816. 633-1612 
Strong. Charles. Jr.. 5417 Danny Boy Lane. Louisville 

40214. 366-1060. 587-1121, Ext, 522 
Straus, William W,, 212 Culpepper, Lexington 40502, 266- 

0349, 252-2275 
Sluedle. Rav. 1404 Giiard Drive. Louisville 40222. 425- 

3679. 893-3852 
Sludle. Ronald. Rt. 4. Smith Grove 42171, 678-5340, 843-1163 
Stump, Phillip. 105 Richmond Street, Lancaster 40444. 

792-3143. 792-.3491 



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Sullivan. Dan L., 309 Hazehvood Drive. Covinqton 41011. 

331-7037, 491-1125 
Sutton. James A., 2111 Sutton Drive, Henderson 42420. 

827-3186 
Swope. Tom. 645 S. O'Fallon. Bellevue 41073. 291-0323 
Svkes, Arthur. 18 W 265 Kirkland Lane. Villa Park. 

Illinois 60181. 629-5104. 762-2121. Ext. 691 
Tarrv, W. R. (Budi. Route 5. Glasgow 42141. 678-2539. 

427-2611 
Tarvin, Roger W.. 3417 Cintonva Drive, Apt. 65. Erlanger 

41018. 342-8447. 341-7650 
Tavlor. Donald D., 1594 Belmar Drive. Louisville 40213, 

454-0679, 637-6511. Ext. 34 
Tavlor. Ed. 4206 Hewitt. Louisville 40220, 456-5989. 584-6311 
Taylor. John O.. Box 48. 422 Brookhaven. Danville 40422. 

236-3915. 236-3181 
Thomas. Billv, 2333 Quinn Drive. Louisville 40216. 448- 

1463. 366-9561. Ext. 448 
Thomas. Charles N.. Rt. 1, Highland Heights. MavsviUe 

41056. 883-3269. 564-5541 
Thompson, Joe. R. R. 2. OwingsviUe 40360. 498-0745. 498-2660 
Thompson. Thomas A.. 3435 Greentree Road. Lexington 

40502. 272-1025. 564-5727 
Thompson. Thomas D., 97 Carran Drive. Ft. Mitchell 

41017, 341-1809, 581-1322, Ext. 211 
Thornton, Daniel A., 119 Stacker Drive, Clarksville, 

Tennessee 37040, 648-2742 
Thurmond, Robert W., Rt. 1, Box 16, Corbin 40701, 528-8510 
Tindall. Clifford. 721 MacDonald Road, Fairdale 40118, 

361-2953 
Tinslev, Marion F., Box 447. Central City 42330. 754-3608. 

754-4870 
Towler, Stephen W.. Route 2, Box 739. Ashland 41101. 

928-9944. 324-5161 
Tov, Donnv, 126 Lakepoint Drive, Flemmgsburg 41041, 

849-2273. 845-2551. E.xt. 241 
Trabandt. Ronald L.. 3702 Blackburn Avenue. Ashland 

41101. 325-1798, 325-4706 
Trapp, Charles, 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria 41001. 635- 

9250. 341-2700, Ext. 268 
Trapp, Ra\'mond H., 3512 Debbie Lane, Evansville, Indiana 

47711, '476-5843, 423-8408 
Tremaine, DarreU E., 501 Fourth Street, Corbin 40701, 

528-4467 
Troutman, Doyle, Box 304, Harlan 40831, 573-1349, 573-4900 
Trunkfleld, A. H., 136 Woodland Drive, Somerset 42501, 

679-4656, 679-4351 
Tucker, Robert, 119 Magnolia, Somerset 42501, 679-4598 
Turlev, Curtis, 1704 Johnson Avenue, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-6704 
Turpin, Donald W., 3491 Greentree Road, Lexington 40502, 

272-2310, 255-2312 
Turpin, Ronald D., 1220 Gaineswav Drive, Lexington 

40502, 272-3707, 255-2312 
Urlage, Richard, 822 Highland Avenue. Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
Vance, Hunter, Jr., 214 Robin Road, Bowling Green 42101, 

842-3595, 842-3595 
Vanover, J. W., Jackhorn 41825, 855-7049, 633-2168 
Vanover, Wiley G., Jackhorn 41825, 855-2441, 669-6194 
Vaughan, Ronald G., Phelps 41553, 456-3464, 456-3432 
Vest, Jewell R., 667 Emerson, Lexington 40505, 254-2025, 

293-3969 
Vincent, Dale, 547 Richmond Drive, Madisonville 42431, 

821-0375, 383-5220 
Vories, Dick, 39 E. Kimberlv, Ft. Thomas 41075, 781- 

1391, 371-0070 
Vories, Gary W., 2335 Alexander Pike 25A, Southgate 

41071, 441-0540, 561-4500. Ext. 324 
Vories. Kent, 2335 Alexander Pike, Southgate 41071, 781- 

3785, 561-4500, Ext. 257 
Votaw, Tony, 219 Southport Drive, Lexington 40503, 277- 

5480, 233-2000, Ext. 3700 
Wade, Joe H., Route 5, Franklin 42134, 622-5831 
Wages, Robert P., 108 Bobolink Road, Russell 41169, 

836-5745, 836-5745 
Wagner, Marvin R., Rt. 1, Box 445, Pikeville 41501, 437-4611 
Wagoner. Robert G., R. R. 1, Betty Drive, Paris 40361. 

987-5535, 293-3632 
Walker, Gary W., Rt. 4, Box 363, EUzabethtown 42701, 

769-3207, 765-6402 
Walker, Joe D., 508 E. Cedar Street, Franklin 42134, 586-4451 
Wallace, Curt, 107 Wallace Avenue, Somerset 42501, 

679-3856, 679-1574 
Walters, Darwin, General Delivery. Cawood 40815. 573- 

4885. 573-1950 
Walton. Charles R., 339 Washington Avenue, Bellevue 

41073, 491-6318. 261-8211 
Ward, Bob J., 8 Orchard Heights, Murray 42071, 767-4420 
Ward, Robert L., 2040 Washington Street, Henderson 

42420, 827-3805, 827-3810 
Warfield, Jerry, 302 Goff Drive, Leitchfield 42754, 259- 

4542, 259-3235 
Weaver. Clvde Ivan, Box 254, Williamson, W. Va. 25661 
Webster, Norman E., P, O. Box 206, Morgantown 42261, 

526-3997, 781-4000 
Welch, Ronald J., Carrollton 41008, 268-5970, 732-4812 



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Wells. Glenn, 517 Edgar Court, Erlanger 41018. 341-0481, 

421-0980 
Wells, Robert M., UPO 729, M.S.U., Morehead 40351 784- 

7007, 783-2149 
Wesley, Loyal, Rt. 1, Box 249C, Science Hill 42553, 423-3598 
West, John P.. Rt. 2. Hickory 42051. 658-8151. 443-8733 
Weyer, James. 42 Scenic View Drive, Ft. Thomas 41075 

781-2220, 341-5800 
Wheat. Buell. Rt. 8. Box 18, Scottsville 42164, 237-4733 

237-4733 

Wltistler, Thomas, 6206 Southside Drive, Louisville 40214 

361-8686 
Whitaker, Charles, Haddix 41331, 666-5657 
Whitaker. Jack B,, 779 Nancy Street, Versailles 40383 

873-4410. 272-6683 

White. WiUiam L.. R. R, 5, Box 105. Manchester 40962. 

598-5194, 598-2194 
Whitehead. Christopher F.. 5306 E. Paguette Street Ft 

Knox 40121. 624-7966. 624-2741 
Whitley. James, 208 Cranewood Drive, Trenton Ohio 

45067. 988-6740 
Whitt. Jim. Box 37, North Matewan. W. Va 25688 
What. Michael D.. Box 24, Red Jacket, W Va 25692 
Wickley. Edward P.. Jr.. 1800 S. 2nd, Apt. 52. Louisville 

40208, 637-5764 
Wilcox, Ursal R., Auxier 41602, 886-3329 886-2703 
Williams. Bobby. Sonora 42776, 369-2272. 862-3924 
Williams. Brian. 312 Newsom Avenue, 'Cvnthiana 41031 

234-6315 
Williams. Buford. P. O, Box 188. Irvington 40146 547- 

7438. 547-4991 

Williams. Roger. 404 Bond Street. Richmond 40475 623- 

3126. 623-2416 
Williams, S. Jack, 10 Graham Avenue, Frankfort 40601 

223-5078. 564-5586 
Williamson. Ken. 976 Highland Avenue. Jackson 41339. 

666-7709. 666-5700 
Wilshire. Buddy. Edmonton 42129, 432-5852, 432-4634 
Wilson, George G., Ill, P. O. Box 505. Whitley City 

42653 376-5276. 376-2232 
Wilson. James E.. 108 S. Church Street, Cvnthiana 41031, 

234-5169, 253-2822 
Wilson. Jim, 20 Mary's Court, Florence 41042, 283-1996 

371-6020 

Wilson. Paul A., Irvington 40146, 547-2522, 547-2971 
Wims. William R., Franklin Mob, Homes, Bx.l4. Franklin 

42134. 586-8413 
Winchester. Roy L., Bethlehem 40007, 878-4102, 346-8761 
Winfrey, Shelby, 315 Sharon Drive, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-8392 
Wingfield, Felix G., 1132 Eastern Parkway, Louisville 

40217, 636-2282, 772-2531 
Winnecke, John E., Rt. 2, Lakewood, Richmond 40475, 

623-5651, 622-2301 

Wiseman, David, 2110 W. Gaulbert, Louisville 40210, 

778-7628, 367-2233 
Withrow, Rov D.. Route 2, Cave City 42127, 773-6024 

773-7951 
Wolfe, Joe, Box 377, Rt. 2, Ashland 41101, 928-9504, 325-2538 
Wolfe, Paul A.. 705 Godman Avenue, Falmouth 41040, 

654-5341 

Wood. Furman Blake. Rt. 2. Box 163, Elkview, W, Va. 

25071 
Wood, Gary L., 116 Warrendale Avenue, Georgetown 

40324. 863-4569, 863-4569 
Wood. Harold R.. 105 Donna Drive. Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-5845. 886-2433 
Woods. Gene B., 1510 Storv Avenue, Murray 42071, 

753-8718, 395-4181 (Calvert City) 
Woolsey, Ray, Box 205, Gilbert, W, Va, 25621 
Woolwine. James C , 4805 Pennsylvania Street, So. Charles- 
ton, W. Va. 25309 
Wooslev. Donald, 2415 W. Main Street, Louisville 40212, 

776-2940 
Wooton, George B.. 96 S. Rosemont. Providence 42450, 

667-2932, 667-2613 
Wooton, James Daniel, Box 147. Hvden 41749. 672-2132. 

672-2202 
Wright. Gary L,. R. R. 1. Harned 40144. 756-5881. 756-2140 
Wright. A. D.. Rt. 4, Tenne Vue Estates, Paducah 42001, 

898-3505, 443-7331 
W'ulfeck. James. 78 Thompson Avenue. Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

341-9755. 341-9755 
Wurm. Robert W.. P. O. Box 215. Elizataethtown 42701. 

765-4611, 765-4606 
Wvatt, Henrv, 315 Springhill Drive, Paris 40361, 987-6420, 

252-5591 
Yarbroush, Rov D., Jr., 673 Mt. Vernon Drive, Lexington 

40502, 266-1228. 258-2898 
Zibart, Sig. 8905 Pine Lake Drive. Louisville 40220. 491- 

1704. 587-1121. Ext. 269 
Zimmerman. Ronnie D.. Rt. 7 Maplewood Estates. Box 

32. Somerset 42501. 679-3338, 679-4361 
Zlamal, Raymond K., 855 NW 44th Avenue Apt. 30, Miami, 

Florida 33126, 445-6436. 377-2441, Ext. 3256 



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1973 Football Earh Season Questions 
(Continued from September ATHLETE) 

9. Play: When quarterback Al comes to the line 
of-scrinimage. it is noted that he is not wearing 
the required mouthpiece. He sets his team and 
begins calling signals, but before the ball is 
snapped, the umpire sounds his whistle to pre- 
vent the ball from becoming alive. 

Ruling: The covering official is authorized to 
prevent the ball from becoming alive when he 
observes a player is improperly equipped and it 
is imminerl that the ball will become alive. He 
may take the prerogative of preventing the ball 
from becoming alive and penalize- for failure to 
wear player equipment as a dead ball foul from 
the succeeding spot. 

Comment: This interpretation is made in the in- 
terest of player safety. It is granted, the absence 
of required player equipment does not technical- 
ly become a foul until the ball is alive. How- 
ever, in this situation, the penalty may be as- 
sessed during the dead ball period, because the 
player is, m truth, not ready to participate. An 
official must use judgment in making this deter- 
mination. If he believes there is a possibility the 
player may be able to comply before the ball be- 
comes alive, he can permit the ball to become 
alive. If the ball is snapped and player is not 
properly wearing required equipment, the foul 
occurs simultaneously with the snap and the 
basic spot is the previous spot. It is not antici- 
pated this situation will occur frequently. 

10. Play: Prior to a game, the home manage- 
ment provides the referee with a leather football 
which has 12 cross laces and which has: (a) 
solid and continuous 1-inch stripes 3 to 3% inches 
from each end; or (b) solid and continuous 
stripes completely ai^ound the ball excepting for 
a space 1 inch away and directly over the last 
cross laces on each end. 

Ruling: The ball in (a) is legal and may be used 
by both teams if the visiting team agrees to its 
use. The visiting team may elect to use a leather 
ball with the more traditional 8 cross laces or a 
ball of a different covering during the downs in 
which it snaps or kicks. In (b) the described ball 
does not meet rules specifications and therefore 
may not be used. The stripe must be solid and 
continuous. 

11. Play: During the last timed down of the 
game team A scores a touchdown making the 
score 12-12. During the try, Al is offside and 
the place-kick goes through the uprights above 
the crossbar. 

Ruling: This is a foul during the try and team B 
wiU have the option of accepting the result of 
the play or accepting the penalty with the down 
replayed following measurement. The succeeding 
try by A would be from B's 8 yardline. Because 
the try is an untimed down, the game may be 
extended by another untimed down which would 
have been necessitated by the foul. 

12. Play: A kick-off by Kl is muffed by Rl at 
the 15 yardline. In attempting to recover, K2: (a) 
muffs the kick so that it goes out-of-bounds at 
R's 15: or Cb) bats the ball out-of-bounds on R's 
10. 

Ruling: In (a) R may put the ball in play 10 yards 
behind its free kick line which ordinarily is the 
40. In (b) if the penalty for the illegal bat by K2 
were accepted, it will be administered from the 
previous spot, since this is a loose ball foul. In 
this situation, K would re-kick from its 25 yard- 
line. If the penalty for the illegal bat by K2 were 



accepted, ^t will be administered from the pre- 
vious spot, since this is a loose ball foul. In this 
situation, K would re-kick from its 25 yardline. 
If the penalty for the illegal bat were declined, R 
would be privileged to put the ball in play 10 
yard.s behind its free-kick line at the 40. 

13. Play: During a forward pass play in which 
the ball crosses the line-of-scrimmage, an in- 
eligible receiver is illegally downfield and: (a) 
Bl illegallv contacts him with an elbow; or (b) 
Al blocks Bl. 

Ruling: In (a) the foul by Al and Bl combine to 
make a double foul and the down will be re- 
played. In (b) it is a multiple foul for an ineli- 
gible illegally downfield and offensive pass in- 
terference. Team B will undoubtedly accept the 
penalty for the offensive interference. 
Comment: Even though the pass may have been 
intended for Al, the contact by Bl is not de- 
fensive pass interference because Al was an in- 
eligible receiver. Defensive pass interference may 
occur only against eligible receivers. Had there 
been no contact and ineligible Al had received 
such a pass, the result would have been offen- 
sive interference. 

14. Play: During a kick-off to start the second 
half, K2 recovers the bounding free-kick before 
it crosses R's free-kick line and before being 
touched by R. 

Ruling: This is first touching by K2 and the 
clock will not be started. R will put the ball in 
play from the spot of recovery and the clock 
will start with the snap. 

15. Play: Following a change cf team posses- 
sion, team B has 12 players on the field when 
the ball is snapped. During the play, Al is 
downed for a 5-yard loss. 

Ruling: This foul for illegal substitution by B 
occurred simultaneously with the snap. The pen- 
alty for the foul would be from the previous 
spot and will result in 1st and 5 for A. 

16. Play: During a scrimmage play, Bl charges 
through the offensive line and is blocked from: 
(a) behind in the free-blocking zone by A6, who 
was adjacent to the center at the snap; or (b) 
the side below the waist by running back A4 
who was not in the free-blocking zone and the 
direction of the block is away from the spot 
from which the ball was snapped; or (c) behind, 
while 2% yards behind the line, by A5, who was 
not in the free-blocking zone at the snap. 
Ruling: Legal blocks in (a) and (b). In (a) the 
contact must have been made within the free- 
blocking zone. In (c) it is clipping. 

17. Play: Interior linemen Al and A2 who were 
in the free-blocking zone at the time of the snap, 
pull out to act as interference during a screen 
pass. After the pass is caught behind the line, 
Al and A2 block opponents below the waist in 
the 6-yard belt so tnat the blocks are toward 
the spot from which the snap was made. 
Ruling: The blocks by Al and A2 are legal be- 
cause both players were in the free-blocking 
zone at the time of the snap. The free-blocking 
zone disintegrates following the initial charges 
or when the pattern of play changes, but the 6- 
yard belt remains in effect throughout the down 
or until the ball is advanced beyond it. The 
players who were in the free-blocking zone at 
the snap are privileged to legally block oppon- 
ents below the waist in the 6-yard belt regard- 
less of the direction of the block. 

18. Play: With 3rd and 8 from. B's 40, Al is 
downed on A's 45, where he crawls. During the 
play Bl held at the line-of-scrimmage. 



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Ruling: The penalty for holding by Bl will be 
administered from B"s 40. This will result in a 
new series for A at B"s 25. From there, the pen- 
alty for the dead ball foul of crawling by Al will 
be administered resulting in 1st and 15 for A 
from B's 30. 

19. Play: During a running play which was the 
last timed down of the second quarter. Al is 
tackled and Bl contacts A2 after the ball is dead. 
The covering official does not judge the contact 
to be unsportsmanlike. 

Ruling: If the act is not deemed to be unsports- 
manlike, there will be no penalty. Only unsports- 
manlike foals by either team following the last 
down of the first half will be penalized prior to 
the second half kick-off. 

20. Play: Rl signals for a fair catch and catches 
the scrimmage-kick at K"s 40. With the score 
tied near the end of the 4th quarter, the captain 
of R decides to put the ball in play by a snap. Al 
throws a legal forward pass intended for A2. Bl 
interferes with A2 and the pass falls incomplete. 
Following administration of the penalty, the cap- 
tain of R requests to put the ball in play by a 
free-kick from K's 25 as a field-goal attempt. 
Ruling: The ball may be put in play either by a 
free-kick or a snap for the replayed down. 

CORRECTIONS: 

RULE BOOK: 

RULES ILLUSTRATED AND SIMPLIFIED: 

Page 46T: Caption should read: "Even though 
the whistle were sounded inadvertently during 
this pass, the down will not be replayed. The 
ball is dead immediately and the illegal pass in- 
complete. 

21. Play: Rl makes a vahd fair catch signal and 
catches the scrimmage-kick at K's 35. The cap- 
tain of R chooses to put the ball in play by a free- 
kick as an attempted field-goal. R2 is beyond R's 
free-kick line before the ball is kicked. The kick 
attempt appears to be unsuccessful. K accepts 
the penalty and the captain of R then indicates 
his team will put the ball in play following 
measurement by a snap from K's 40. 

Ruling: This is legal. R will have the same options 
when the penalty is accepted for a foul occuring 
during the down following the fair catch for the 
replayed down as it was entitled to originally. 

22. Play: During a run by Al from his 40 it is 
noticed that Bl, at the 50, is not wearing a mouth 
and tooth protector. Al is downed on B's 40. 
Ruling: The failure of Bl to wear a mouth and 
tooth protector occurred during a running play 
and will be penalized in accordance with the 
all-but-one principle. The spot of the foul is the 
50. The penalty will be administered from the 
end of the run or the basic spot because the foul 
was by B. 

23. Play: The ball is snapped from the 50 yardlina 
and Al advances across B's goal line. While Al 
is in the clear, A2 takes his helmet off at B's 40 
yardline and throws it into the air about the time 
Al is crossing B's 10 yardline. 

Ruling: If the penalty were accepted, there is no 
touchdown. The penalty for the foul by Al is 
administered from B's 40 because the spot of the 
foul is behind the basic spot. The down will be 
replayed from A's 45. 

24. Play: From A's 35, Al advances to B's 40 and 
during the run: (a) Al removes his mouthpiece 
on A's 30: or (b) Bl was detected with his chin- 
strap unsnapped at B's 35; or (c) A2 was not 
properly wearing his mouthpiece at the time the 
ball was snapped. 



Ruling: In (a) if the penalty were accepted, ad- 
ministration would be from the spot of the foul, 
that IS, A's 30 yardline and the ball next put in 
play from A's 15 yardline. In (b) if the penalty 
were accepted the ball will be put in plav by A 
from B's 20 yardline. Because the foul 'in "(c) 
occurred simultaneously with the snap, the pen- 
alty, if accepted, will be administered from the 
previous spot and the ball next put in play by A 
from its 20 yardline. 

25. Play: Just prior to the snap Al notices that 
his team has 12 players on the field and he leaves 
the field across B's sideline. 

Ruling: This is a type of illegal substitution. The 
foul occurred when Al crossed B's sideline, there- 
fore, in this case, a dead ball foul. The penalty 
will be administered from the succeeding spot. 

26. Play: During a running play to the left, Al, 
who was on the right side of the line, crosses 
through the free-blocking zone and blocks Bl 
from the side and away from the spot of the snap, 
below the waist, m leading interference for a de- 
layed play to the left side. 

Ruling: Legal block by Al since the direction of 
the block was away from the snap. 

27. Play: During a counter play, Al, who was 
in the free blocking zone at the snap, takes two 
steps behind the neutral zone and then turns 
back to block within one yard behind A's line- 
of-scrimmage and contact is made with Bl from 
behind and below the waist. 

Ruling: Legal block by Al since the free-blocking 
zone has not disintegrated in this instance. 

28. Play: Prior to the snap, snapper Al adjusts 
the ball so that: (a) its long axis is in a nearly 
vertical position; or (b) its long axis is parallel 
to the line-of-scrimmage. He then pauses momen- 
tarily and snaps. 

Ruling: This is an illegal snap in both (a) and 
(b). It is a snap infraction whenever the ball is 
tilted to more than 45 degrees or whenever the 
long axis is not perpendicular to the line-of- 
scrimmage. A snap infraction is a foul between 
downs and the official should immediatel.v sound 
his whistle and cause the ball to remain dead. 
The penalt.y is 5 yards. 

29. Play: After the snapper has adjusted the ball 
and paused momentarily, he then moves or lifts 
it without completing the snap. At the move- 
ment, Bl charges and causes a loose ball which 
is recovered by B2. Is this a snap and does the 
ball become alive? 

Ruling: The ball became alive as soon as it was 
moved by the snapper. Even though it is not a 
legal snap, B may choose to decline the penalty 
and retain possession. 

Comment: 'Wlienever an official observes the snap 
infraction, he should sound his whistle to prevent 
the ball from becoming alive. As a dead ball foul, 
the penalty will be administered from the suc- 
ceeding spot. There are some snap infractions 
in which the ball becomes alive because it is 
lifted in other than a legal snap. In these situa- 
tions, the official will not have an opportunity to 
prevent the ball from becoming alive because 
the illegal action by the snapper could not be 
anticipated. Because the ball becomes alive and 
play has started in these types of snap infrac- 
tions, the whistle should not be sounded to stop 
play. While there are some unusual situations 
which can develop in these rare occurrences, 
officials will let the play continue once it has 
started. The spot of the foul for a snap infraction 
is the previous spot. 



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30. Play: Quarterback Al forward passes com- 
plete to ineligible A2 behind the line, who then 
throws a forward pass which crosses the line and 
is: (a) complete to A7; or (b) intercepted by BL 

Ruling: The pass from Al is an illegal pass. In 
(a) B will undoubtedly accept the penalty which 
IS 5 yards from the spot of the pass because the 
down will be counted. In (b) B would probably 
declme the penalty in order to retain possession. 

31. Play: Quarterback Al receives the snap and 
starts to fade back, but hands the ball forward 
behind the line to interior lineman A2, who has 
turned to face his own goal and is at least 1 yard 
behind the line. A2 then throws a forward pass 
complete to end A7, who advances across B's 
goal line. 

Ruling: Touchdown for A. The handling of the 
ball by Al is legal. After having received the 
ball in this manner, A2 may legally throw a 
forward pass provided it is from behind the line- 
of-scrimmage and all ineligibles remain in the 
neutral zone expanded until the pass is in flight. 

Comment: The purpose of these two plays is to 
clearly illustrate conditions under which an in- 
terior lineman may legally throw a forward pass. 
The difference between the two plays calls atten- 
tion to the limitation which may make the act 
illegal. A pass from the quarterback to an eligible 
receiver beyond the line who returns behind the 
line to throw a second pass which crosses the 
line is a legal act. It is also legal for an eligible 
receiver to receive a forward pass behind the 
line and then throw a legal pass which crosses 
the line. Of course, in all of these situations, 
it is understood the ineligibles must remain on 
the line until the last pass is in flight. 



32. Play: During a scrimmage-kick, HI is offside 
and R2 makes an invalid fair catch signal. 
Ruling: These two live ball fouls by the same 
team do not constitute a multiple foul because 
the first was followed by an unsportsmanlike 
conduct foul by the same team. Therefore, the 
penalty, if accepted, would be measured from the 
previous spot 5 yards for the offside, then fol- 
lowed by a 15-yard penalty for the unsportsman- 
like conduct. 

33. Play: During a running play, Bl is offside, 
B2 removes his mouthpiece, after which there 
is clipping by Al. 

Ruling: The offside by Bl and the clipping by Al 
constitute a double foul which will cause the 
down to be replayed. Because failure to wear 
player equipment is an unsportsmanlike conduct 
foul, which followed the previous live ball foul by 
Bl, it is necessary to tack on an additional 15- 
yard penalty against B. 



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FILMS 



The lilms listed below axe in Ihe Film Library oS Ihe 
universiiy of K-enlucky College of Educafion. Ine code 
leliers e, j, s, c. a" refer fo elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and aduif audiences who may enjoy 
ine pariicuiar film listed. Thep rental prices shown do not 
appiy lo scnoois which use one of the special subscription 
seivice pians ottered by the Bureau of Audio- Visual 
i«iaierial. 

Baskelball 

BALL HANDLING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c, 1 
reel, $2.00 

Teaches iundamentals of basketball handling 
including stance, grip, control, adjustment, betore 
sjiootuig, catching tlie ball, and otlier pouits. Pre- 
sents ganie siiots, usmg special photograplnc tech- 
luques to illustrate principles. 

BASKETBALL Bif KUFF, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 
Animated play diagrams, slow motion photog- 
raphy, and action shot are combined in tlus new 
tijrn prepared under the personal direction of 
Ml. Rupp especially lor coaching use. Among the 
drills and plays covered m this liLm are; pivot 
man's shde inio the basiiet; Play JMo. tJ, the fa- 
mous Kentucky basket marker; legal screening; 
penetration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast 
break. 

BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
C30 nun.) color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to 
provide a thorougii examination of tiie playmg 
rules and officiatmg procedures. It will aid the 
fans as well as officials, coaches and players to 
better' understand those difficult judgment deci- 
sions that occur constantly. (.KHSAA) 
BASKETBAI.L FUNDA]VlENTALS — INDIVI- 
DUAL TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, iy4 reels, $2.50 
Brancli McCracken, Indiana University bas- 
ketball coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion pho- 
tography IS used to break the various court tech- 
niques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 
reels, $3.00 (in state), $5.00 (out of state) 
This is tlie revised edition of the film "basket- 
ball by Rupp," prepared under the personal dkec- 
tion of Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL STRATEGY FOR GIRLS, j-s-c-a, 
1 reel, $2.00 

The basic strategy of offense play (fakes, rolls, 
cutting, screen, varying pace) and defense play 
(player to player, basic zone, shifting zone, tri- 
angle, and diagonal) is demonstrated and ex- 
plained in this film. 

BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s- 
c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, move- 
ment with the pass, leading the receiver, choice 
of the right pass), catching (side pass, high pass), 
shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist flip, 
choice of the right shot), dribbling, faking, and 
pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 
film. 

CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL— TEAM TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s, 1 reel, $2.00 
Man-to-man defense is shown, with the means 
best used under vai-ying conditions. 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL, 
j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuv- 
ering him out of position and other basic skiUs are 
illustrated, using special photography to demon- 
strate points. Rebounding, pivoting, and correlated 
arm action are taught also. 

ELIZABETHTOWN VS OWENSBORO, (1972 Bas- 
ketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, (35 min.), 
Color. Silent, $1.00 

The Red Devils from Owensboro, Kentucky 
used strong rebounding and excellent shooting to 



capture the 1972 State Championship 71-63. 
(K.H.S.A.A.) 

KNOW YOUR BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 
min.), color, $1.00 

Provides a thorough examination of the rules 
and presents guidelines that will aid the fans as 
well as officials, coaches and players in a better 
understanding of those difficult judgment decis- 
ions that are constantly occuring on the basket- 
ball court. 

LOUISVILLE MALE VS ANDERSON COUNTY 
1971 Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 
(33 min.), color. Silent, $1.00 
The male Bulldogs displayed then superiority 
in wealing down a smaller but talented Anderson 
County to win the championship for the second 
consecutive year, 83-66. (K.H.S.A.A.) 
OHIO COUNTY VS CENTRAL (1969 BasketbaU 
Finals), e-j-s-c-a, SVz reels (35 min.), color, 
SUent, $1.00 

Central High School of Louisville won the 
State Cliampionship by defeating Ohio County, 
101-72, in the final game. Central eliminated 
Richmond Madison, Hopkinsville, and Maytown 
to reach the championship game. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAM- 
PIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 
This film presents the highhghts of aU the 
games, both regular season and tournament games, 
which led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the 
NCAA basketball crown. 

SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 
$2.00 

Concentrating on the set shot, this film pic- 
tures the action of the throw, stance, aim, tra 
jectory, and fingertip control. Special attention is 
given total body coordination, especially inward 
rotation of the hand and arm making the throw. 

Swimming 
BACK STROKE, e-j-s-c-a, IVz reels (15 mm.), 
$3.00 

Good body position and efficient arm action 
are the basis for the fine performance. Special 
attention is given to the start and the turn. Effec- 
tive use is made of animation, stop action and 
slow motion. 

BEGINNING SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the water, basic techniques 
of swimming for beginners are demonstrated. 
Land and water drills involving kicking, breathing 
floating, paddling and stroking and pulling with 
the arm practiced separately, then coordinated as 
the swimmer learns the American crawd. The back 
float, back stroke, and breast stroke are also il- 
lustrated and explained. 

BREAST STROKE, SIDE STROKE AND UNDER- 
WATER SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00 
This film presents the conventional breast 
stroke, timing and strokes, and the kick. 
BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a, IV2 reels (16 min.), $3.00 
Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is examined in detail. Making use of slow 
motion underwater photography, the arm action 
and dolphin kick are analyzed. Correct timing be- 
tween arms and leg action is vital to performance. 
Reasons for timing are clearly explained. 
CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTING 
TECHNIQUE, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, (19 min.), col- 
or, $5.50 

Outlines briefly the program and training 
methods used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that 
may be used by anyone to train swimmers. The 
techniques illustrated, such as weight, training, 
circle training, pace clocks, bench and stroke work, 
and interval training, when properly applied in 
the appropriate circumstances, will all prove bene- 
ficial in perfecting swimming style. 

(Continued on Page Eleven) 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI— No. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1973 



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Thanks Coach 
Your Example Helps My Boy 

Editor's Note: The following article was printed in the 
December issue, 196S, of the Texas Interscholastic Leaguer. 

Dear Coach: 

The football season is over and my son Bill 
has hung up his gridiron "togs" and will soon 
report for basketball practice. Oui- school didn't 
win the district championship, but we won our 
share of the games played and above all oui' team 
won the respect of our opponents and our com- 
munity by their fine sportsmanship and hard 
play. It was a very successful year for aU, and 
especially for my son. 

As a parent. Coach, I am eternally thankful 
that my boy had the opportunity to play under 
your supervision and leadership. Each day during 
the football season my boy learned through exam- 
ple those fine moral and ethical character traits 
which we aU want our boys to know and to fol- 
low. I recall the night Bill told me how he nearly 
lost his temper in a scrimmage, but thought just in 
time that "Coach" never loses his temper, and 
neither will I. Thanks, Coach, for setting an exam- 
ple in proper conduct on and off the playing field. 
Bill tells me that Coach can be firm without being 
loud, mean and boisterous, that Coach knows 
when to sympathize, when to pat you on the 
shoulder, and how to correct you. These are lead- 
ership traits 1 want my son to acquire and he can 
best learn these on the field of competition under 
proper leadership. 

Obedience to Authority 

For three months, Coach, my boy has reaUy 
been under your complete control. He has ad- 
justed his life to your suggested plan. Meals, hours 
of sleep, social activity, etc., have all been ad- 
justed to your schedule and through these he has 
learned voluntary obedience to constituted author- 
ity. How much this obedience to rules and author- 
ity is needed in today's society! I believe Bill has 
learned this lesson. Coach, Bill imitates your every 
action, you are his ideal. How proud I am that 
your personal life and conduct are on such a high 
level! My boy dresses better, speaks better Eng- 
Ush, and behaves better because Coach sets the 
example. I wonder if all coaches reahze how im- 
portant a place they have in the school and com- 
munity, and how many boys are imitating them? 

Scholarship 

Especially, Coach, I want to thank you for 
insisting that athletes study diligently, and stress- 
ing constantly the fact that scholastic work is so 
important. Bill told me that you had impressed 
on all of the team that football players are super- 
ior intellectually to the average student and that 
they should make good grades because they have 
the abihty to do so. This teaches the boys not to 
try and "ride by" because they are athletes. I had 
told Bill several times that Dr. Terman in his 
studies on gifted children had found that children 
with superior physical physiques have superior 
mental abilities. Hearing this same principle from 
his coach, however, made an impression which is 
lasting. 



Your emphasis on teamwork, cooperation, 
fair play, sportsmanship, honesty, integrity, obed- 
ience to authority, control of emotions, proper 
health habits, and proper conduct has earned for 
you a place of honor in the hearts of all the par- 
ents, the students, the faculty, and the community. 

The impact of your leadership is just as ob- 
vious in the community as in the school. Your ac- 
tive participation in civic, church and youth or- 
ganizations proves that you are really concerned 
about all youth, and that you want to make our 
town a better place for everyone to Uve in. 

In conclusion. Coach, thanks again for all you 
have done for Bill and the youth of this commun- 
ity. We appreciate you and want you to know that 
this is a better community because you chose the 
profession of coaching and the leadership of youth. 
Your friend 
BiU's Dad. 
— Dr. Rhea H. Williams 



The Sport of Table Tennis 

The sport of table tennis, on a high competitive 
level, requires quick reflexes, good eye-hand co- 
ordination, fast footwork and top physical con- 
dition. 

Many people have played a basement game 
called Ping Pong, which is really the trade mark 
name for a brand of equipment. I am often asked 
what the difference is between this game and 
table tennis. My answer is that table tennis is 
played under strict rules and requires 10 to 15 
feet behind each end of the table, six feet on 
each side and at least a twelve foot ceiling. In top 
competition, the ball, weighing a fraction of an 
ounce, may attain a speed of 50 to 60 miles an 
hour. It is for this reason that a well lit gym- 
nasium is the best place for table tennis com- 
petition. 

The requirements of age, weight, and size are 
such that almost anyone can play this sport. To 
reach a high degree of skill, one must learn the 
basic rules, practice constantly and maintain good 
physical condition. 

A very important aspect of table tennis is the 
fact that all the skills learned in this sport are 
useful in other sports. For example. Brooks Rob- 
inson, star player for the Baltimore Orioles, 
stated that table tennis had helped him develop 
the quick reflexes required in baseball. 

The Lexington Table Tennis Club is holding the 
Kentucky closed championships on Saturday, No- 
vember 17, at Ashland Elementary School in Lex- 
ington. Several events for school age boys and 
girls are included. 

For information on the tournament or on how 
to start a school table tennis group, contact Ted 
Friedman, 307 Lakeshore Drive, Lexington, Ken- 
tucky 40502 or Metro Recreation Department, 302 
West Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40507. 

— Ted Friedman, Director 
Lexington Metro Recreation Dept. 



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NOVEMBER. 1973 



VOL. XXXVI— No. 4 



Published monlhly, excepl June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Alblelic Associatioji 
Ofiice of Publicalion, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville 

Vice-President __ _ W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Dliectora J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), VaUey Station; 

J. Thomas Creamer (1973-1975), Maysville; Howard H. 
Crittenden (1973-1977), Murray; Andrew J. Fultz (1972- 
1976), Olive Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. 
Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; James R. Wil- 
liams (1973 1977), Somerset; Roy L. Winchester (1970- 
1974), Bethlehem. 



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REPORTS SOON DUE 

1. 1973 Football Participation List 

2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



National Federation Basketball Test 

Part II of the National Federation basketball 
examination will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, December 3, to officials who wish to 
work for the Approved and Certified ratings. The 
examination sites will be determined by the Com- 
missioner. Officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. 
for the fii'st time this yeai- and who have not 
been registered previously in any other state as- 
sociation, are not eUgible to take the test. Those 
interested should advise the State Office immed- 
iately in order that necessary arrangements can 
be made with the school administrators who will 
supervise the taking of the exam. Officials living 
Ln Kentucky need not suggest the name of the 
examiner. The Approved rating does not carry 
forward from year to year, but must be eai'ned 
each year. 

Attention, Basketball Head Coach 

and Officials 

The National Basketball Committee is sus- 
pending enforcement of the provision which pro- 
hibits tails under names on shirts for the 1973-74 
season. Thus, Case Book situation No. 10 (page 7) 
is not to be appUed for the present season. 

Member institutions should be notified imme- 
diately that the provision prohibiting "tails" under 
names will become effective at a future date to 
be announced by the Committee. Confirmation of 
the future date will also be included in future 
basketball rules publications. Institutions ordering 
basketball shirts for future use should make cer- 
tain there is no "tail or tails" above or below the 
name of the team or the name of an individual. 

Basketball Rule Interpretation 

1. PLAY: During (a) field goal try; (b) free 
throw try; or (c) throw-in the ball lodges in a 
basket support or between the basket rim and the 
backboard. 

RULING: As provided by the rule, the ball 
becomes dead as soon as it becomes stationary in 
either (a) and (b). In (c) the ball was dead during 
the throw-in and therefore, it remains dead. Im- 
mediately after the official has judged the ball to 
be lodged, he shall sound his whistle indicating 
it has become dead or is to remain dead. In (a) 
and (b) play will be resumed by a jump ball be- 



tween any two players at llie near free-throw 
circle unless in (b) tlie free throw was the fh'st 
of two awarded attempts. In (c) the ball is award- 
ed out-of-bounds at the previous tlirow-in spot 
for a tlrrow-in. 

COMMENT: Lodged means the baU has be- 
come "caught" or stationary. That it is not mov- 
mg. Thus, as provided by the rule it becomes 
dead or remains dead. To administrate the cov- 
erage in accordance witli the ruling provided 
above wiU eliminate the possibilities of players 
.jumping to dislodge the ball, or having it become 
alive by touching it while it is lodged, or from 
complications which could ai-ise from touching the 
ball while it is lodged and touching the cylinder 
above the basket. 

2. PLAY: The official has designated Al to 
make a throw-in. (a) Al makes the throw-in while 
A2 was standing out-of-bounds at the throw-in 
spot or; (b) after the ball has been at the disposal 
of Al, A2 takes the ball and makes the throw-in. 

RULING: Violation in both (a) and (b). 

Congratulations, Ladies! 

(This bulletin was received from the National 
Federation of State High School Associations. All 
Kentucky is proud of these athletes. The 
K.H.S.A.A. commends each one for this achieve- 
ment.) 

Six performances by Kentucky high school 
girls have been recognized by the National Fed- 
eration of State High School Associations in the 

1973 Girls National Interscholastic Track and 
Field Honor Roll. 

Performances by Fort Knox and Louisville 
Ballard relay teams, which placed first and second 
respectively in the 880 yard medley relay of the 
Kentucky State Track and Field Meet last year, 
are good enough to rank first and second nation- 
ally in the event. Fort Knox edged Ballard by a 
tenth of a second in posting a winning time of 
1:51.0. 

Karen Abrams of Louisville Assumption 
jumped 5'6" to win the high jump title last May. 
That is good enough for a 4th place tie on the 
girls national honor roll. 

Charlotte Holmes of Fort Knox has gained a 
tie for 5th place in the national 440 yard dash 
rankings with the :57.8 she achieved in the same 
meet. 

Shelley Merette of Male High School in Louis- 
ville won the girls state long jump title at 18'%", 
which has earned her a 10th place national 
ranking. 

Louisville Eastern has tied for 12th in the na- 
tional 440 yard relay listing with a time of :49.9 
achieved at the Kentucky State Meet. 

The complete Girls National Interscholastic 
Track and Field Honor Roll is included in the 

1974 Girls' Track and Field Rules and Records 
published by the National Federation. It lists only 
performances which were achieved in sanctioned 
high school meets. 

Wrestling Rules Clinics 

Four clinics for wrestling coaches and offi- 
cials have been set up by the State Wrestling 
Committee. The dates and sites of the clinics are 
as follows: 

November 1 — Frankfort High School, Frank- 
fort. 7:30 P.M. 

November 3 — Conner High School, Hebron, 
] :00 P.M. 

November 8 — Seneca High School, Louisville, 
7:30 P.M. 

November 10— Fort Campbell High School, 
Fort Campbell, 1:00 P.M. 



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Wrestling Regions 

The Board of Control set up eight regions in 
wrestling for 1973-74 school year. The region, the 
name of the manager, the site, and the schools 
assigned to each region are listed below. If your 
school plans to enter a team and is not listed in 
any region, will you please contact this office or 
the regional manager nearest you. 

Fort Campbell Region (Marshall Patterson) 
— Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort Camp- 
bell (site), Greenville, HopkinsviUe, Lyon County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Paducah Tilghman, 
St. Mary, Trigg County, Union County 

Hardin County Region (David Lawson) — 
Breckinridge County, Bowling Green, East Har- 
din, Fort Knox, Franklin-Simpson, Henderson 
County, North Hardin (site), Owensboro, West 
Hardin. 

West Jefferson Region (Brother Daniel) ■ — 
Doss, Fairdale, Flaget, Pleasure Ridge Park (site), 
Valley. Western 

Central Jefferson Region (Larry Mann) — 
Durrett, Kentucky School f/t Blind, Marion C. 
Moore, St. Xavier, Seneca, Shawnee. Trinity (site) 

East Jefferson Region (Robert Weenolsen) — 
Ballard. Eastern. Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Thomas Jefferson, Waggener, Westport (site un- 
decided) 

Frankfort Region (Raymond Webb) — Boyle 
County, Danville, Frankfort (site), Franklin Coun- 
ty. Jessamine County, Woodford County 

Northern Kentucky Region (Jerry Abney) — 
Boone County. Campbell Countv, Conner (site), 
Holmes. Newport, Newport Catholic. Simon 
Kenton 

Lexington Region (Phil Greer) — Belfry, 
Bryan Station. Evarts. George Rogers Clark, Har- 
rison Countv. Henry Clay. Johns Creek. Lafayette, 
M, M. I., Tates Creek (site) 



REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

OF THE K.H.S A.A. - 1973-1974 

(List Compiled Oclober 26) 

If the telephone number is given for an offic- 
ial, it is the home phone number unless otherwise 
designated. If two numbers are given, the first 
number is the home phone. 
Carman, John Leslie, 590 O'Hara Drive, Danville 

40422, 257-2575 
Chilelli. Greg, 309 Winters Lane, Cold Spring 

41076. 441-2254. 441-2254 
Cline. Jack D.. 118 Roan Road, Versailles 40383, 

873-5045. 875-1614 
Davis. Jimmie. Rt. 5. Box 474, Elizabethtown 

42701, 769-5026. 862-3924 
Easley, Dan W.. 105 Bellevue, Wilmore 40390, 858- 

4()72, 858-3511 
Givens, C. Michael, 3245 Circle Drive, Hopkins- 
viUe 42240, 886-2119, 886-4011 
Hardy, Thomas W., Box 598, Old State Rd., #3, 

Alexandria 41001, 635-9001, 397-3872 
Harris, Robert L.. Box 76, Campbellsville College. 

Campbellsville 42718, 465-2655 
Laudeman, Bob, 206 Don Allen Road, Louisville 

40207, 895-3944, 425-2571 
Lineberry, Mark D., 5111 Nancy Avenue. Louis- 
ville 40216, 447-5075 
McElwaine. Bro, Michael. St. Mary H. S., Box 

1268, Paducah 42001. 442-1681, 442-1682 
Martin, Donny. 404 Baldwin Avenue, Princeton 

42445, 365-3387 
Nau. Richard R.. 2920 Ree, Evansville, Indiana 

47714, 477-7969 985-2215 
Owens. Lewis F.. 570 Hopi Trail, Frankfort 40601, 

875-3708, 257-1497 



Sayre, James M., 2191 Lansill Road, Lexington 
40504. 277-0036 

Todd, Timothy D„ 2216 Dinsmore Drive, Apt. 25, 
Lexington 40502, 266-0349 

Walls, Dennis, 114 Harvey Lane, Princeton 42445, 
365-6455 

Warren, Lawrence A., Rt. 6, Box 222 Corydon, 
Indiana 47112, 738-2167, 738-2166 

Weenolsen, Robert O., 4332 So. 3rd Street, Louis- 
ville 40214, 366-8200, 425-2541 



Women's Basketball Officials Clinic 

The University of Kentucky Officials Rating 
Board, and the KHSAA will jointly sponsor a 
women's basketball officials clinic Dec. 1. The 
Clinic will feature Ms. Shirley Duncan of North 
Carolina, Chairman of the principles and tech- 
niques of officiating for D.G.W.S. Two other prom- 
inent figures in Kentucky officiating circles, Ms. 
Pat Deacon and Billy Wise will also be on hand. 
The clinic will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end ap- 
proximately at 4:00 p.m. The cUnic will be housed 
in the Seaton Center on U.K.'s campus. 

Films of the women's regional and national 
championships will be shown as well as the latest 
men's officiating films. 

Men as well as women are urged to partici- 
pate, as many of the women's techniques and 
rules will receive intense interpretation. 
For further information contact: 
Sue Feamster. Director 
Women's Athletics 
Seaton Center. U.K. 
258-2898 — 277-2456 



The Game Guy Award 

The K.H.S. A.A. will continue to give the 
Game Guy Award. School representatives and 
registered officials may make nominations for the 
award. The eligible person should be a pupil at 
the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take 
part in athletics. Letters of recommendation 
should be addressed to "Game Guy Committee, 
K.HS.A A.. P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Kentucky 
40502." Deadline for the 1974 nominations is April 
1. 



Minutes of the Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the K.H.S.A.A. met at 
the K.H.S.A.A. Building on Saturday morning, 
October 13, 1973. The meeting was called to order 
by President Frank Simpson at 10:30 A.M. Present 
were Board members J. C. Cantrell. Thomas 
Creamer, Howard Crittenden, Jack Fultz, Arthur 
Hawkins, Louie Martin. W. P. "Wheeler. Roy Win- 
chester. James Williams; Commissioner J. B. 
Mansfield and Assistant Commissioners Tom Mills, 
Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise. Mr. Wilbur Smith 
represented the State Department of Education. 
The invocation was given by J. C. Cantrell. 

President Simpson opened the meeting by ex- 
tending a welcome to J. Thomas Creamer, Prin- 
cipal of Maysville High School who was recently 
elected to membership on the K.H.S.A.A. Board 
of Control, representing Section 5, to fill out the 
unexpired term of William C. Doan. 

Arthur Hawkins moved, seconded by Howard 
Crittenden that the reading of the minutes of the 
July 27th meeting be waived since members of 
(Continued on Page Six) 



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OWENSBORO— CLASS AA CROSS COUNTRY WINNER 




(Left to Eight) Front How: Jeff Miller, Brian Kunze, Gary Finpell, Mitch Finnell. Second 
Row: Eddie Tichenor, Jim Orrahood, Coach Bob Puckett, John Jones (individual winner). 
Coach Bill Jury, Scott Farmer, Harley Trogdlen. 



1973 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 

The St. Xavier High School Cross Country 
team won first place in the Class AAA Meet, held 
at CoUings Estate Park in LouisviUe, on October 
27. Owensboro High School won first place in the 
Class AA event and the West Hardin High School 
team won first place in Class A. Mr. Eddie Weber 
of Louisville managed all three events. 

Individual winners in each class were as fol- 
lows: AAA — John Wright of Moore High School; 
AA — John Jones of Owensboro High School; A — 
Wes Baker of Providence High School. 

Team scores in Class AAA were as follows: 
St. Xavier, 67; Westport, 120; Trinity, 132; Ather- 
ton, 161: Jesse Stuart, 169; Ballard, 186; Fairdale, 
178; Male, 211; Butler, 261; Iroquois, 303. 

The order in which the first fifteen runners in 
Class AAA finished is given below, including the 
times of the first ten: 

1. John Wright, Moore (9:29.7); 2. Dave 
Buechler, St. Xavier (9:37.5); 3. Don Noe, Trinity 
(9:41.9); 4. Don Coleman, Ballard (9:46); 5. Bruce 
Dawkins, Westport (9:56); 6. Larry Veech, West- 
port (9:56); 7. Don Dunlap, Stuart (9:57); 8. Steve 
Finch, Butler (9:58); 9. Jerry Long, Male (9:59); 
10. Dave MendenhaU, Eastern (10:00); 11. Dave 
Sexton, Trinity; 12. KeUy Greschel, Fairdale; 13, 
Kevin Luckett, St. Xavier; 14, Mike McKay, St. 
Xavier; 15. Herbie Leavelle, Atherton. 

Team Scores in Class AA were as follows: 
Owensboro, 73; Daviess County, 136; Bryan Sta- 
tion, 142; Lloyd Memorial, 175; Adair County, 
190; Highlands, 231; Tates Creek, 236; Holmes, 



285; Elizabeth town, 368; Meade County, 376; Dan- 
ville, 396; Christian County, 396; Taylor County, 
429; Johnson Central, 506; Sheldon Clark, 564. 

The order in which the first fifteen runners 
in Class AA finished is given below, including 
the times of the first ten: 

1. Johnny Jones, Owensboro (9:29.4) (New 
Record); 2. Jeff Miller, Owensboro (9:36.7); 3. Ron 
Cook, Franklin County (9:36.6); 4. Gary Clouse, 
Shelby County (9:40); 5. Harley Trogdlen, Owens- 
boro (9:50); 6. Joe Fiter, Bryan Station (9:51); 7. 
Ronnie BlackweU, Adair County (9:53); 8. Bill 
Moorman, Daviess County (9:54); 9. Tom Depen- 
brock, Boone County (9:58); 10. Jim Murray, 
Highlands (9:58); 11. Matt Huff, Lloyd, 12. Roger 
Holeman, Daviess County; 13. Rick Miller, Frank- 
lin County; 14. Ronnie Adkisson, Meade County; 
15. Norm DeCaussin, Daviess County. 

Team scores in Class A were as follows: West 
Hardin, 70; Frankfort, 109; Bishop Brossart, 195; 
Providence, 216: Clarkson, 257; Mason County, 
260; St. Mary, 270; Tollesboro, 301; Montgomery 
County, 315; Lexington Cathohc, 320; Bath Coun- 
ty. 324; Pulaski County, 326; Boyle County, 327; 
Edmonson County, 341; Fleming-Neon, 367; 
Greenville, 528, 

The order in which the first fifteen runners 
in Class A finished is given below, including the 
scores of the first ten: 

1. Wes Baker, Providence (9:46.2); 2. John 
Durbin, St. Mary (10:09.1); 3. AUen Pence, West 
Hardin (10:10.7); 4. Greg WiUiams, Frankfort 
(10:11); 5. Darnell Hill, Montgomery County 



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ST. XAVIER— CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY WINNER 





(Lefl lo Righl) Front Row: Sieve Kelly, Dave Buechler, Mike Luvisi, Pat Sheehan. Secopd 
Row: Phil Klapheke, Paul KlAny, Mike McKay, John Sparks, Coach Frank Cooper, Mark 
Grundy, Coach Joe Heltzman, Kevin Lucketl. 




(10:17); 6. Robert DoU, Frankfort (10:18); 7. Tom- 
my Nelson, Wayne County (10:19); 8. Richard Mc- 
Guffin. West Hardin (10:20); 9. James Willough- 
by, Crittenden County (10:21); 10, John Ferrell, 
Monticello (10:22); 11, Ted Nicholas, Harrodsburg; 
12, Ronnie Goodman, West Hardin; 13. Erv Yan- 
key, Boyle County; 14, Steve Sebastian, West 
Hardin; 15, Rick Kirschbaum, ToUesboro, 



Minutes of State Wrestling Committee 

The State Wrestling Committee met on Oc- 
tober 20, 1973, at 10:00 A,M. in the K.H,S,A,A, 
Building at Lexington, Present at the meeting 
were Chah-man Orville Williams, Assistant Com- 
missioner Louis Stout and managers, or their rep- 
resentative, of seven from among the eight re- 
gional wrestUng tournament managers. 

Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout opened 
the meeting with remarks regarding the strong 
interest shown by several additional schools in 
starting a wrestling program, A number of schools 
have been unable to start programs as mats were 
not available. The resulting increase in the num- 
ber of schools may require that districts be formed 
for the 1975 tournament series. 

The following items were discussed by the 
Committee: 

1. Tentative plans for a Committee meeting 
in the spring to set up alignment for proposed dis- 
tricts in 1975. (This plan must be adopted by the 
Board of Control). 

2, That all schools be reminded that under 



National Federation Rules the use of Certified 
Scales is mandatory for 1974, (Tliis was in effect 
for 3973). 

3. That all wrestling coaches be reminded 
that the limit for the heavyweight class is 250 
pounds. 

4. A suggestion that all contracts between 
schools indicate a monetary forfeit if there is not 
a certified scale and the school is thereby unable 
to wrestle. 

5. That attention be called to the fact that 
riding time has been eliminated at the national 
rules level as of this season. 

6. That all head coaches and officials be re- 
quired to attend at least one clinic each season. 
(The Delegate Assembly must act to place this in 
the By-Laws). 

7. That if any qualifier can not participate 
in the State Tournament, the manager must be 
notified no later than noon of the day preceding 
the start of the meet. The manager will replace 
him with the next wrestler in line according to 
his place in that region. (This will be in effect for 
the 1974 State Tournament). 

8. That mat judges be used throughout the 
State Tournament. The officials then would in- 
clude the four referees and eight mat judges to be 
chosen by the K.H.S.A.A. from a list supplied by 
the Regional Tournament managers who have re- 
ceived nominations from the coaches in their re- 
spective region. Two men will be chosen by the 
regional manager from his list to submit to the 
K.H.S.A.A. Tlie twelve will be chosen from this 
list. Only registered, approved and certified offic- 



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CLASS AAA CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




John Wright Marion C. Moore High School, individual 
winner. Class AAA, Cross Country. 



ials are eligible. The nominations must be sub- 
mitted no later tlian January 20. 

9. A vice-chaii-man will be appointed annual- 
ly by the chairman at the fall meeting. Ath. Dir. 
Gene Minton, Atherton High School, was named 
for 1973-74. 

10. Three mats wiU be used in the State 
Tournament. Mr. Williams indicated that only one 
weight class would wrestle at a time. This would 
tend to eliminate the possibility of a coach having 
two or three men wrestling at the same time. 

11. The manager said that weigh-in time for 
the first day will remain the same as Ir.st year, 
but that weigh-in for the second day will be from 
8:00 A.M. until 9:30 A.M. 

12. That it be emphasized to all referees that 
they be sure to cross out all blanks on each cer- 
tification blank before signing the sheet. (A new 
form will be devised and published for 1974-75 
season). 

13. That the official's uniform must be proper 
and the rule adhered to as usual. 

14. That a proper mat should be used. How- 
ever, due to circumstances the official should ex- 
ercise good judgment in showing leniency for the 
time being if it is not. 

15. Drawings were made for each weight 
class by Assistant Commissioner Stout and the 
Committee. 

16. That Mr. Williams and Mr. Bob Weenol- 
sen will conduct clinics for coaches and officials 
as follows: November 1, Frankfort High School at 
7:30 P.M.: November 3, Conner High School at 
1:00 P.M.; November 8, Seneca High School at 
7:30 P.M.: November 10, Fort Campbell High 
School at 1:00 P.M. 

The assignments of schools to the eight regions 
will be found elsewhere in this issue of the "Ath- 
lete" along with the location of the meets and the 
name of the managers for each. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned at 2:40 P.M. 

— Robert O. Weenolsen, Secretary 



Board Meeting Minutes 

(Continued from Page Three) 
the Board had received copies of these minutes. 
The motion was carried unanimously. 

Chairman Roy Winchester of the Committee on 
Appeals, reported the following eligibility cases it 
has heard since the last meeting: 

1. Eligibility status of Fred Merrick, Jr., a stu- 
dent at Ballard High School who is ineligible un- 
der By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Semester En- 
rollment. Mrs. Fred Merrick, Sr., came before the 
Committee requesting waiver of the rule, thereby 
permitting her son to participate in athletics at 
Ballard High School. Following the hearing, the 
Committee recommends By-Law 5, Section 4, not 
be waived in this case. 

2. The eligibility status of David Grubbs, a stu- 
dent at HenrT,' County High School desiring to 
transfer to Eminence High School was considered. 
He would be ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 1. 
Following a hearing with Mr. Wayne Meador, 
Principal of Eminence High School and Mr. and 
Mrs. Grubbs, the Committee recommended that 
no action be taken to set aside the penalty. 

3^ The eligibility status of Willie Wilson, a stu- 
dent at duPont Manual High School who is in- 
eligible under By-Law 5, Section 1, was presented. 
The Committee recommended that no action be 
taken in this case. 

4. The eligibility status of Ted Kessinger, Jr., a 
student at Doss High School who is ineligible 
under By-Law 6, Section 1, was discussed. Fol- 
lowing a hearing, the Committee recommended 
restoration of the eligibility of student. 

5. The eligibility status of Bill Mallery, a stu- 
dent at Covington Catholic High School who is 
ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer 
Rule. After hearing the facts in the case the Com- 
mittee recommended that this student's eligibility 
be restored. 

6. The eligibility status of Joe Kington, a stu- 
dent at Christian County High School who is in- 
eligible under By-Law 6, Section 1. After con- 
sidering the facts, the Committee recommended 
that this student's eligibility be restored. 

7. The eligibility status of Joe Smithmier, a 
student at Lone Oak High School who is ineligible 
under By-Law 5, Section 4, Preceding Semester 
Enrollment, was considered. The Committee 
recommended that this student's eligibility be re- 
stored. 

8. The eligibility status of Paul Smith, a student 
at Hazard High School who is ineligible under 
By-Law 6, Section 1, was discussed. After con- 
sidering the evidence as presented, the Committee 
recommended that no action be taken in the case. 

9. The eligibility status of Dwayne Rogers, a 
student at Montgomery County High School, who 
is ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 1, was con- 
sidered. Based upon information received, the 
Committee recommended no action to be taken 
in this case. 

Howard Crittenden moved, seconded by W. P. 
Wheeler, that the recommendations of the Com- 
mittee on Appeals be approved with the exception 
of the case of Bill Mallery of Covington Catholic. 
All members voted aye. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the case of 
Bill Mallery, Louie Martin made the motion that 
the eligibility of Bill Mallery be restored. Ar- 
thur Hawkins seconded the motion. The motion 
carried by a vote of 7 to 3. 

Mr. Fletcher Carr appeared before the Board on 
behalf of his brother, Jimmy Carr. Jimmy is a 



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Page Seven 



CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Wesley Baker, Providence High 
winner. Class A, Cross Country. 



School, individual 



student at Woodford County High School and is 
ineligible to participate in athletics under By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. Following Mr. 
Carr's comments President Simpson thanked him 
for coming in and assured him the Board would 
give full consideration to his request. Following 
a lengthy discussion the Board declined to take 
action necessai-y to restore Jimmy's eligibility. 

Mr. Dave Conrad, Sports Director WKYT-TV, 
appeared before the Board requesting that they 
consider adopting the American Basketball As- 
sociation ball as the official ball for the high 
schools of Kentucky. Following his request the 
Board refused to take action. Mr. Conrad was so 
informed. 

Revei'end Thomas Duerr, Principal of Trinity 
High School, and Mr. Don Dumeyer came before 
the Board to explain the nature of the Athletic 
Scholarships that had been given to students at 
Trinity High School in the form of reduced tuition, 
and to answer any questions members of the Board 
might have concerning the situation. Following a 
lengthy discussion in which there were many 
questions and answers. President Simpson thanked 
them for coming before the Board. Both Rev. 
Duerr and Mr. Dumeyer thanked the Board for 
their time and departed. 

The Board instructed Mr. Mansfield to inform 
Reverend Duerr that tuition grants would be con- 
sidered a violation of By-Law 10, that in the 
future they were not to give such to any student 
whose athletic potential was considered. As tuition 
reduction was given to freshmen only beginning 
this year no penalty was placed against Trinity 
High School. 

Mr. Mansfield presented the eligibility case of 
Clifford R. Buechel, HI, a student at Trinity High 
School who is ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 
1. After hearing the facts as presented by Mr. 
Mansfield, the Board declined to take action. 

Tom Mills presented the Trophy Committee re- 
port stating that bid forms were sent to seventeen 



prospective bidders. Seven bids were received for 
all or part of the trophies and awards. The Trophy 
Committee recommended that the contract be 
awarded to the S & M Sporting Goods & Trophies 
of Louisville, Kentucky, based upon what they 
considered to be the lowest and best bid. Arthur 
Hawkins moved, seconded by Howard Crittenden, 
that the report and recommendation of the Trophy 
Committee be accepted. The motion was passed 
unanimously. 

President Simpson appointed Jack Fultz, Louie 
Martin, Jim Williams and Tom Creamer to serve 
as a Committee to study possible changes in the 
present football alignment for the 1974-75 school 
year and to report back to the Board at the next 
meeting with anv suggestion or recommendations. 

Tom Mills reported that the K.H.S.A.A. has 
seventy-three schools registered in Class A Cross 
Country divided into eight regions. There are 
fifty-nine Class AA schools divided into eight 
regions and thirty schools registered in Class AAA, 
divided into four regions. Regional meets will be 
held on October 19 and 20. The State Meets for 
all Classes will be held at Collings Park in Louis- 
ville on October 27. 

The Board voted unanimously upon a motion 
by Howard Crittenden and a second by Louie 
Martin, to eliminate the sponsoring of the annual 
K.H.S.A.A. Dinner Meeting held in Louisville fol- 
lowing the annual meeting of the Delegate As- 
sembly. The reason for the action being the lack 
of interest and decreased attendance in the meet- 
ing. Mr. Mansfield was instiiicted to look into the 
possibility of the Board of Control meeting with 
coaches, principals and superintendents at their 
annual meeting. 

The Board of Control set the next meeting date 
for December 21, 1973, at 12:00 at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building in Lexington. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by Jim Wil- 
liams, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning July 1, 1973. and ending Sep- 
tember 30, 1973. be allowed. The motion was car- 
ried unanimously. 

There being no further business the meeting 
adjourned at 3:15 P.M. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled October 26) 

If Ihe lelephone number is given for an official, if is 
me home phone number unless olherwrise designated If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

Akers. Randall. 732 Brockton, Richmond 40475 622-4708 
Barnes, Ricky. Rt. 4, Princeton 42445. 365-5315. 886-3921 

Ext. 33 
Brim. Edwin. 911 Wood Street, Hopkinsville 42240 886- 

1675. 886-3921. Ext. 33 i- c , 

Bruce. James E., Jr., Rt. 1, Hopkinsville 42240 886-242'> 

886-3921, Ext. 33 
Caswell James L., P. O. Box 117. Paris 40361. 987-6019 

987-2240. Ext. 290 
Coleman, Ralph O., 1107''; Winchester Road, Lexington 

40505, 254-8900 
Courtney, Frederick, 128 Charter Oaks Drive, Louisville 

40222, 893-5234, 637-5492 
Cox, Clyde C, 3519 Gale Lane, Hopkinsville 42240 886- 

1022, 886-3921, Ext. 33 
Daves, Ron, 2536 Seminole Place. Owensboro 42301, 685- 

2466. 684-8811. Ext, 233 
Davis, Larry W.. P. O. Box 2, Barbourville 40906, 546-6245 
Duerson, Larry C, 418 Richmond Road, Berea 40403, 986- 

3953 
Gilliland, Jackie A., R. R. 1, Box 222, Crofton 42217. 

886-4964. 886-3921, Ext. 33 
Gilmore Donald, 1404 Spring Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-6273, 886-3921, Ext. 33 



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Gober. John S.. 204 Morningside Drive, Clarksville. Ten- 
nessee 37040. 648-2731, 798-4518 
Gutterman. James. 602 Bishop Street, Louisville 40204, 

584-7988 
Hamed, Delano. Custer 40115. 536-3187, 774-7364 (Louis- 
ville' 
Hillard, William, 2030-A Werner Park, Ft. Campbell 

42223. 798-S331. 798-7515 
Joiner, David. 2820 Lindsey Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-3711. 886-3921. Ext. 33 
Jones. Ernest S.. 2051 Rambler Road, Lexington 40503, 

277-4468 
Kellev, Robert F.. Jr., Box 669, U. of K., Lexington 40506, 

252-1224 (Bus.) 
Lewis, Charlie, Todd Hall, Room 916, Richmond 40475, 

625-4606 
Mattmiller, Richard (Peck), 1718 Blue Licks Road. Lex- 
ington 40504. 278-2012 
Meadows, Harold S., 1712 Hilltop Drive, Carrollton 41008, 

732-5788, 732-6661 
Miles. Ralph A., 5567 A Hiers Street, Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-1678. 624-4849 
Norton. Joseph M.. 559 N. Broadway, Lexington 40508. 

233-0279 
Perrin. James A.. 700 East 7th, Apt. 4, Hopkinsville 42246. 

886-0474. 886-4463 
Peters. Harold D.. 417 Summit Street, Richmond 40475, 

623-3980 
Rilev. Franklin M.. 604 Nail Street, Owensboro 42301, 

684-8218. 684-1408 
Roberts, Ronnie R., 0-113 Richmond East, Richmond 

4C475. 623-8929 
Routson. Terry. 502 W. Main Street, Richmond 40475, 

623-4739 
Skaggs. Bill. P. O. Box 372, Leitclifield 42754, 259-3438, 

259-4144 
Smith. Jackie H,. 135 Greenwood Estates, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-2841. 781-2300 
Stephan. Joseph M.. 238 Rosemont Garden, Lexington 

40503. 278-4551. 252-2275 
Stikeleather. Clyde L.. 730 School Street, Leitchfield 

42754. 259-3885. 259-3161 
Thornton. Daniel, 119 Stacker Drive, Clarksville, Ten- 
nessee 37040. 648-2742 
Wade. Bill. 211 N. Brady. Morganfield 43427, 389-2419, 

Ext, 202 389-2419. Ext. 202 
Washer. Charles R., 2815 Garfield Avenue, Louisville 

40212. 772-9898 
Wells. Theodore G.. 916 Powell Lane, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-9940. 836-5666 
Wilson. Malcolm. Rt. 1. Hines Road, Paducah 42001. 554- 

2546. 442-6131. Ext. 47 
Wirtz. Eric W.. 626 Doepke Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231, 

521-6067 
Zoeller. Charles M., 1909 Elmore, Louisville 40216, 447- 

6485 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled Oclober 26) 

If Ihe Iclephone number is given for an official, il is 
the home phone .nVLmber unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given the first number is the home 
phone. 

Ebel. Jack D.. Hazelrigg Hall. Room 203. Transylvania 

Univ.. Lexington 40508. 233-8519 
Fetter. Susan. 2505 Talbott. Louisville 40205 
Lieber. Patty, 2505 Talbott. Louisville 40205 
Peterson. Maggie. 3100 Flair Knoll Drive. Louisville 

40216. 448-0812 
Sigler. Susie. 4203 Norbrook Drive, Apt. 1, Louisville 

40218. 458-8273, 583-0223 
Thompson. Joe. R. R. 2, Owingsville 40360, 498-0745, 498- 

2660 
Williams, Beckv, 6508 Southside Drive, Louisville 40214, 

367-6686 
Wooton. George B.. 96 S. Rosemont, Providence 42450. 

667-2932, 667-2613 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled October 31) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, il 
is the home phone number unless olherMvise designated. 
If t'wo numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 



Adams, Jack L.. 5525 New Hampshire Blvd., Apt. 4, Louis- 
ville 40219. 964-3640, 964-5064 
Abney, Kenny, R. R. 6, Richmond 40475, 623-5360, 623-2534 
Adams, Ray, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 106. Manchester 40962. 598- 

3262, 598-3773 
Allen Nelson R.. 113 Gesling Road, Russell 41169, 836- 

5352, 836-8915 
Allen. Thomas E., Rt. 2, Vine Grove 40175, 828-3523, 

422-3214 
Anderson. Edward L., P. O. Box 501, Leitchfield 42754, 

259-4458. 259-4256 
Anderson, Les, 857 Malabu Drive, #39, Lexington 40502, 

266-5177, 882-5557 
Anderson, Luther S., Rt. 2, Carlisle 40311, 289-2364. 289- 

2364 
Ash, Robert C, 1912 Barbara Court, Jeffersonville, Indi- 
ana 47130. 282-9285, 361-2641, Ext. 227 
Aubrey, Donald F., 1961 Vicksburg Road, Lexington 

40504. 277-3797 
Bailey. Frank. 934 Scenic Drive, Radclilf 40160, 351-3216, 

624-7724 
Bailey, Jimmy H., Rt. 4. Terry's Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101. 843-1053, 781-2300, Ext. 328 
Baldwin, Dennis E.. 104 Olde English Court #4, Valley 

Station 40272, 935-0667, 448-8210 
Ballard. Bobby G., R. R. 3. North Ridge Estates, Mt. 

Sterling 40353. 498-4387. 498-5200 
Barker. Kenny. Route 1, Cynthiana 41031, 234-6550, 234- 

2340 
Barker, Phillip M., P. O. Box 269, Olive Hill 41164. 286- 

4402 
Bates. Gardner, Jr., 101 Collier Court, Whitesburg 41858, 

633-7174, 633-2961 
Beckner, Gene, Box 32, Manchester 40962. 864-9102. 598- 

2161 
Behnken. R. Randolph, 123 E. Main Street. Leitchfield 

42754, 269-5062, 259-4051 
Bentley. Glenn. Route 2. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-3636, 

498-4381 
Bertrand. Earl F.. 554 Accrusia Avenue. Clarksville. In- 
diana 47130. 283-8721. 459-1500 
Bibb. Ennis W.. 11013 Lunenburg Court. Louisville 

40223, 426-3285, 582-8272 
Biter, Charles D., 6602 Moorhaven Drive, Louisville 

40228, 239-3580, 452-4676 
Blair. Jeff. P. O. Box 224, Hindman 41822, 785-5844 
Blair. Jimmy H.. Oil Springs 41238. 297-3915, 789-9025 
Bohanon. Alan K.. Box 222, Mannsville 42758, 465-5216, 

465-5216 
Bollinger. Billy J., Rt. 7. Owensboro 42301. 764-1019, 

764-1131 
Bone. Gerald W.. Rt. 5, #8 Gold Medallion. Elizabeth- 
town 42701. 769-3203, 769-3338 
Booth. John T., II, 1009 7th Street, Carrollton 41008, 

732-5285, 732-5285 
Bowling, Donald E., 503 Scott Avenue, Pikeville 41501, 

437-7243 
Bray, Roscoe. Evarts 40828, 837-3501 

Brewer, Shelby M.. P. O. Box 256, Kenvir 40847, 837-3410 
Brickler. David, 28 Roval Avenue, Cold Spring 41076, 

441-5445. 261-4357 
Broaddus. William D., Rt. 1. Box 37E. Bardstown 40004, 

348-9006, 549-3164 
Brock, Alben, P. O. Box 103, Pineville 40977, 337-3848, 

337-2058 
Brock. Lavone. Stoney Fork 40988, 337-3271, 337-3271 
Brown, Fred L.. 1016 Forrest Street, Louisville 40217, 

637-7911. 624-6416 
Brown. Jack W.. 2289 A Alexandria Drive. Lexington 

40504. 278-7809. 873-4110 
Brown. Wendell. Rt. 6. Box 237-B, London 40741. 864- 

2372. 864-5127 
Browning. Charles, Jr.. 903 W. Indian Trail, Louisville 

40213, 964-9830, 893-2915 
Bullock. Bobby, R. R. 6. Elkhorn Mobile Homes, Frank- 
fort 40601, 223-8406. 564-7326 
Bullock, Larry E., Box 11, Brodhead 40409, 758-3791. 256- 

2861 
Burgess. James R.. Jr., Box 186, Whitley City 42653. 

376-8219, 376-5912 
Butcher. Douglas. Meallv 41234. 789-5553. 789-4662 
Butcher. Granville Bo. Williamsport 41271, 789-3619. 

473-4451 
Byrd. A. Gordon. 6204 Scottwood Drive. Louisville 40258. 

935-9995 
Camacho. Marcus, General Delivery, Williamsburg 40769 
Cannon, Devon. Rt. 1. Morgantown 42261. 526-3917 
Casada. Lonnie. Rt. 8. Box 232A Somerset 42501. 679-4098, 

561-4138 
Gates. Billy C. R. R. 1. Dixon 42409, 639-5684. 424-7741. 

Ext. 216 (Evansvillei 
Cavil. Leonard J.. 510 East Maple Street. Nicholasville 

40356. 885-5561 (Bus.) 
Cecil. Charles L.. Route 1. Loretto 40037, 865-4633, 452-4452 
Champlin, Clyde W., 2826 Deshler Drive. Louisville 

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Chappel, Robert L.. Route 5, Box 109, Mt. Sterling 40353 

498-4448, 744-4251 
Childers. Jerry W., Ashcamp, 754-5160, 754-2251 
Childers. Jimmy, Hindman 41822. 785-5765, 785-5469 
Clark, Tom, 430 Spalding Avenue, Lebanon 40033, 692-2034 
Coffey, Charles D., 118 Hillcrest Avenue, Lancaster 

40444, 792-4349, 792-3491 
Cole, Marvin, Ezel 41425, 725-5331, 743-3181 
Collins. Mason, R. R. 3. Maysville 41056, 759-7614 
Collins, Thomas G., 510 LaFayette Avenue. Bellevue 

41073, 291-3588, 291-3588 
Collinsworth, Kenneth, Campton 41301. 668-6346. 668-3402 
Conley, John, Garrett 41630. 358-4232 
Cooper, Warren. 134 College View Court. Morehead 40351. 

784-4295. 784-9835 
Courtney. Frederick P.. 128 Charter Oaks Drive. Louis- 
ville 40222, 893-5234. 637-5492 
Cox, Robert A,. Box 605, Harlan 40831, 573-2205, 573-5334 
Coy, Charlie, Boston 40107 
Crady, Mike R., Preston Highway, Lebanon Junction 

40150, 833-2161 
Craft. William, Jr.. C-1 Knox Manor. Bowling Green 

42101. 843-1988 
Cundiff. Curt. Dry Creek Road. Clearfield 40313. 784-4111 
Daniel. Roger T.. P. O. Box 15, Paintsville 41240. 789- 

3372. 886-2311 (Prestonsburg) 
Daulton. Tmiothv. Rt. 1. Box 156, Nancy 42544. 636-6162. 

561-4192 
Davenport. Bowman (Bo). Box 62, Clarkson 42726, 242- 

3061 (Bus.) 
Davenport, James E.. Sr.. 9810 Dawson Hill Road Jef- 

fersontown 40299. 239-5667. 452-4038 
Davis. Jay W.. 253 University Dr.. Apt. 1. Radcliff 

42701. 351-9981, 624-6647 



P. O. Box 



Barbourville 40906, 546- 



Davis. Larrv W.. 

6245 
Davis. Tom. 890 Fairview Avenue. Apt. E-108, Bowling 

Green 42101. 843-1677. 232-4260 
Day. BiUv C. R. R. 1. Crab Orchard 40419. 355-2690 
Day. Doiiglas. Rt. 5. Nicholasville 40356. 272-4448 
Day. Richard. 1677 Linstead Drive. Lexington 40504. 277- 

8231. 252-3431 
Deaton, Larrv G.. P. O. Box 721. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-3578, 842-5636 
Dennedv. Bob, 5994 North Glen Road. Cincinnati, Ohio 

45211. 574-3125. 574-3511 
Denton. Calvin R.. 130 Spring Street. Carlisle 40311. 289- 

7130. 233-2000, Ext. 3445 
Derrickson. Rick, 621 Cardinal Lane. Lexington 40503. 

278-6350 
Dotson. Paul. Box 83. Belfry 41514. 353-4837. 353-7362 
Dowell. Larrv, 6607 Woodbark Lane, Louisville 40291, 

239-9050. 587-1121. Ext. 507 
Driskell. Earl. Jr.. 3311 Moulton Lane. Louisville 40218. 

459-7638. 583-1641 
Duff, Earl 109 Kentucky Blvd., Hazard 41701, 436-2604, 

436-2604 
Dugan, Mickey. 336 Winton Avenue. Louisville 40206. 

895-4431. 459-7700 
Dvke. Orville Dean. P. O. Box 231, Crestwood 40014. 241- 

4109, 452-4106 
Ebel. Jack D.. Hazelrigg Hall. Room 203. Transylvania 

Univ.. Lexington 40508. 233-8519 
Edgington. Jerald J,. 520 East 19th. Covington 41014. 

261-0865. 261-0865 
Elliott. Larry. Straight Creek 40989. 337-3969. 337-3271 
Emmons, Guy W., 6006 Shadow Run Road. Louisville 

40219. 964-7784. 426-4513 

Emmons. James M.. Box 42. Ewing 41039, 267-4531 
Featherstone. Jerrv. 203 Parker Street, Box 414. Mayfield 

42066. 247-7448. 247-3553 
Featherstone, John E., 4102 Sunrise Way, Louisville 

40220. 459-8334 

Fischer, Edward C, 335 Sixth Avenue, Dayton 41074, 

261-9588. 541-6123 
Fiske. Charles N.. 2008 Balfour Drive. Louisville 40222. 

426-2472. 584-4221 
Flvnn. Kenny. 522 Hollow Creek Road. Apt. 94. Lexing- 
ton 40511. 299-2220 
Fox. Carl. Jr.. Lerose 41344. 593-5484. 593-5358 
Freppon. Tom. 26 Madonna Lane Cold Spring 41076. 

781-0583. 421-1800. Ext. 676 
Fritz. Sherman. 122 Meadowlark Drive, Richmond 40475, 

623-4956 623-3424 Ext 31 
Fuller. Dick. 406 Wyandot Way. Mt, Sterling 40353, 498- 

5218, 498-2660 
Gabbard. John, 201 Lakeshore. Lexington 40502. 269-2062 
Gaither. Gene. P. O. Box 103. Beaver Dam 42320. 274- 

3885. 274-4905 
Gartin. Robert B.. 550 Brown Street. Paintsville 41240. 

789-8592. 789-4001 
Gettler. David F.. 2486 Woodhill Drive. Lexington 40509. 

269-1331. 252-3486 
Geurin. Joe D.. Jr.. Rt, 5. Box 400. Murray 42071, 436-5653 
Gibson. Fred W.. 1805 Sunset Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

685-3370, 684-6441 



Gluck. Joseph R. 211 College Road Cumberland 40823 

589-2452, 848-5406 
Goad, Darrell. R. R. 2. Box 122. Alexandria 41001, 635- 

Goheen. Larry. 819 Franz Court. Ashland 41101, 324-8203 
324-5133 

Goodnight. Hershel. Jr.. 406 Breckinridge Street. Frank- 
lin 42134 

Gordon. Roy T.. 1701 Cherry Lane. Shelbyville 40065, 
633-2558. 633-9188 

Gorrell. Howard. Box 33. Auburn 42206. 541-6312. 542-4181 
Graham. James. 2517 Jackson Street Ashland 41101, 324- 

8169. 325-8511. Ext. 733 
Graves. Preston H.. Marrowbone 42759. 864-2676. 651-5919 
Greer. Thomas E.. Rt. 2. Bellwood Road, Bardstown 40004, 

348-6307 
Gregory. Fearn Gary, Star Route, Bethlehem 40007, 878- 

4549 
Groce. Ralph. Rt. 2. Albany 42602. 387-5459. 387-6416 
Hagan. Christopher L.. 633 S. Clay Street, Louisville 

40202. 585-4866. 584-3211 

Hall. Joseph M.. Halls Retreat Mvra 41549. 639-2084. 639- 

2832 
Hall. Ted. Jenny Wilev State Park. Prestonsburg 41653. 

886-2711. Ext. 267. 886-2711. Ext. 269 
Hall. William W.. 115 Dickerson Street. Prestonsburg 

41653. 886-3415. 789-8211 
Hammond. Willie R.. Box 10. Livingston 40445. 453-4863 
Hammond. Willie R.. R. R. 2. Box 10. Livingston 40445. 

453-4863 
Hammons. Wendell. Star Rt. 1. Box 11. Flat Lick 40935. 

542-4398. 546-3131 

Hardin. Don G.. Box 88. Morehead 40351, 784-7698 
Hargis. Noel. R. R. 1. Box 130A, Somerset 42501. 679- 

6417. 679-1502 
Hardin. William E.. Rt. 2, Box 114. Springfield 40069, 

284.5422 
Harned. Delano. Custer 40115. 536-3187, 774-7364 (Louis- 
ville) 
Harned. Vic. 216 W. Walnut. Leitchfield 42754. 259-5115 
Harp. David A.. R. R. 1. Pleasureville 40057. 878-4113. 

581-2960 
Harper. Jewell T.. Box 582. Lacenter 42056. 665-5254. 335- 

3131. Ext. 314 
Harris. Billv. P. O. Box 97. Cleaton 42332, 754-4410 
Harris. Robert. 556 Evergreen. Calvert City 42029. 395- 

4347. 395-4347 
Harris. Rodnev Lee. 1410 Argillite Road. Flatwoods 41139. 

836-4328 
Hawkins. Donald H.. Rt. 1. Ekron 40117. 828-3631. 828-2125 
Hazelwood, Howard P., 1211 Devonport Drive. Lexington 

40504, 252-5112, 254-8031 
Henrv, David, 30 Ann Street, Florence 41042, 371-5642 
Hensiev. Larrv O.. Rt. 1. Box 340A. Irvine 40336. 723-3821. 

293-3673 
Herrington. Kenneth. 333 Farwood. Paducah 42001 
Hickev. Charles M.. 6055 Taylor Mill Road. Covington 

41015. 356-2380 
Hicks. Gene. 5th Street. La Grange 40031. 222-1829. 222- 

1336 
Higdon. Charles G.. Box 61. Fancy Farm 42039. 623-8628. 

247-7710 
Higdon. Sam. Route 2, Fancy Farm 42039. 623-8303. 247- 

6730 
Hines. Bob. 427 14th Street. Calvert City 42029, 395-7240, 

395-4101 
Hobbs. Charles V.. Jr.. 627 Westview Drive. Ashland 

41101. 324-9439. 473-7966 
Hodge. Larry R.. 1210 College Inn. Bowling Green 42101, 

781-1581 
Hollev. Phillip L.. Route 2. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-5789. 

663-4401 
Hopkins. Jimmie D.. 13 Pineview Motor Court. Paints- 
ville 41240. 789-1407 
Home. Harold L.. Box 127, Paintsville 41240, 297-3586. 

297-3674 
Horsman. Bill. 2902 S. 45th St., Louisville 40208. 637-1201. 

964-3301 
Hoskins. Dwight. P. O. Box 323. Mt. Vernon 40456. 256- 

4227 
Houchens, Jeff. P. O. Box 82. Mt. Olivet 41064. 724-5559. 

724-5821 
House. Phillip. 508 Southland Drive, Versailles 40383. 

873-4031. 233-2000. Ext. 3718 
Howard. Donald Ray. McHenry 42354. 274-3164. 274-3128 
Howard. Jackie Lynn. Salversville 41465, 349-3154. 783- 

3482 
Hudson. Oscar. Box 32. Sassafras 41759. 476-2567. 436-2141 
Hughes. Brenda. 500 Ohio Street Apt. 4, Lexington 40508, 

255-4172. 252-3212 
Ingraham. Gary J.. 9706 Lanesboro Wav, Louisville 40222, 

425-5215, 897-2815 
Isaacs, Franklin, Rt. 1. Wavnesburg 40484. 379-6441. 365- 

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Isenberg, Jimmy, Box 121. Gamaliel 42140. 457-3424 
Jackson. Donald L.. Evarts 40828. 832-2263, 837-2018 
Jcnkms. Burney. Box 219. Anderson Hall. Georgetown 

40324 
Jent. Ricliard L., 5561 Nickview Dr.. Cincinnati. Ohio 

45239. 931-7301, 793-7100 
Johns. James E., 303 Blair Street. Richmond 40475. 023- 

4295. 623-1330 
Johnson. Bill W.. 175 Malabu Drive. #50, Lexington 

40503. 278-5979. 253-0511 
Johnson. David A., 7800 Carnation Drive. Pleasure Ridge 

Park 40258. 935-6957, 452-4859 
Jolinson. David Lee. Box 145. Hitchins 41146. 474-5908, 

473-9858 

Johnson. Garnie M.. 152 College Street, Pikeville 41501, 

432-3810. 437-6291. Ext. 46 
Johnson. Gayle W.. 1114 Inca Trail, Georgetown 40324. 

863-1385. 863-1170 
Johnson. Kenneth Rav. 667 Hi Crest Drive, Lexington 

40505. 299-1691 
Joiner. James C. Box 222. Smithland 42001, 928-25.50, 

928-2111 
Kearns, Wayne. 216 N. Miller. Cvnthiana 41031. 234-2297. 

234-1100 
Keene. Rick P.. Rt. 1. Box 967. Pikeville 41501. 437-9938, 

437-9616 
Kendall. Billy Joe. Route 5. Tompkinsville 42167. 487- 

6520, 748-5578 

Kidd. Gary G.. 414 So. 17th Street. Mavfield 42066. 247- 

7150. 247-5122 
Kirk. Charles. LT.S. 119, Whitesburg Road, Cumberland 

40823. 589-2086. 633-4422 
Kirkhn. Luther. P. O Box 367. Harlan 40831. 573-2195. 

573-2210 
Knight. Mark D.. 469 L\Tm Drive. Harrodsburg 40330, 

734-9962 
Kress. Lewis E.. Route 1. Box 75, Catlettsburg 41129, 

739-6596. 324-2144. Ext. 270 
Knauer. Glen M.. 112 S. Sunset Circle, Hopkinsville 

42240. 886-5510. 886-9900 
Lansdale. Jcrrv G.. Rt 1. Mt. Sterling 40353. 498-0083. 

498-2660 
Lauglierty. Kenneth. 1940 Meadowcreek Drive. Louisville 

40218. 451-1706. 581-3209 
Lawrence. Ernest. 6100 Mt. Washington Road. Louisville 

40229. 968-1990. 452-4412 
Leadingham. Steve. Riverside Drive. Greenup 41144, 473- 

5641. 473-5641 
Ledford. Thos. B., 2702 Wren Road. Ft. Campbell 42223. 

431-4482 
Lee. David. 6810 Dartmoor Drive. Louisville 40222. 425- 

3863. 258-4354 
Leedv. John W.. 114 Broadhurst Drive. Wilmore 40393. 

858-4003 
Lefevers. Colman J.. Kettle Island 40958, 337-3808. 337-3271 
Lemaster. Randy. 406 Mark Avenue, Danville 40422. 236- 

8650. 236-6800 
Lewis. Charles H.. 543rd MP Co. (PSD, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-6897, 624-4531 
Lewis. Tommy (Tickl. 221 Michigan Avenue. Whitesburg 

41858. 633-2046. 855-7597 
Lillie. Wes. 9502 Meadowgate Court, Louisville 40223, 

426-1188. 582-2658 
Logan. Bruce A.. 532 E. Burnett Avenue, Louisville 

40217. 636-1373 
Long. James E.. Box 73. Baskett 42402. 827-5000. 827-1867 
Loperfido. Richard O.. 209 West Main Street Greenup 

41144. 473-6591 
Lowdenback. Ed. South Shore 41175, 932-3505. 932-3323 
Lowe. Stephen F., 1749 Liberty Road, Apt. 34. Lexington 

40505. 253-0430 
Lykins. William. Cannel City 41408. 743-4421, 743-4534 
IvicAlister. James A.. Box 1089. Morehead State Univ.. 

Morehead 40351. 783-22,39. 783-2239 
McCord. Flovd D.. 1945 Brent Street. Paris 40361. 987-1619. 

233-2000. Ext. 2583 
McCov. Havse. Box 265. Inez 41224. 298-3417. 298-3417 
McGehee. Gordon. 733 Forest Lane, Covington 41015, 

261-6880. 441-9987 
McGlothlin. Leonard D.. 1237 Gilbert Lane. Owensboro 

42301. 683-5242. 684-6211 
McKcnzie. Dwight E.. 1327 Grandview Drive. Ashland 

41101. 325-7081. 324-2136. Ext. 44 
McLean. Gordon. Rt. 2. Box 25. Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

7595, 633-7579 
McWhorter. Douglas. 102 Joe Parman Heights, London 

40741, 864-7095 
Mang, Berry W., Jr., 1624 Woodburn Avenue, Covington 

41014, 261-99.32, 632-8644 
Mathes, William B., Jr., 3825 W. Market Street, Louis- 
ville 40212. 772-3310. 776-4685 
Matthews. Donald R.. 1212 Octavian Circle. Lexington 

40502. 254-6097 
Mauney. Bill. Maplewood Estates. Somerset 42501, 679- 

2977, 636-6421 



Ma.ver. John P.. P. O. Box 27, Frenchburg 40322, 768-4921, 

668-3106 
Maynard. James L., Victoria Court, Apt. 47. Williamson 

W. Va. 25661 
Meadows. Harold S., 1712 Hilltop Drive, CarroUton 41008 

732-5788, 732-6661 
Melton. Jerome S.. Rt. 4. Glasgow 42141, 678-2617, 745-2442 
Miles, Francis, 2812 Oregon Avenue, Louisville 40210, 

776-7089, 776-2475 
Miller. Bob. 197 Holiday Lane. Ft. Thomas 41075. 441- 

5885. 635-2191 
Miller. Larry S.. Box 39. Drakesboro 42337, 769-5647 
Miller. Richard. 214 Skyline Trailer Park, Bowling Green 

42101, 781-4077, 487-5441 
Mitchell, Douglas, 946 Fifth Avenue, Frankfort 40601, 

227-2901. 227-7341 

Moore. Ronald A,. Young Hall, Kv. State Univ., Frank- 
fort 40601, 564-6381. 564-6381 
Morris. Edward C. 153 Raintree Road. Florence 41042, 

371-9496. 441-8516 
Morrow. Clarence. 311 Herron Avenue, Henderson 42420, 

827-9589 
Muck. David. 426 Dayflower Court, Edgewood 41017, 

331-5530 
Murrell. Allen L-. 1404 Woodhurst Drive, Bowling Green 

42101. 842-1286. 842-1286 
Munell. Charles (BI). 162 A, Delmont Court, Lexington 

40504. 255-9243 254-2765 
Napier. Wallace R., Jr., Box 371, Evarts 40828, 837-3625, 

837-2502 
Neace, Glenn. Haddix 41331. 666-2359 
Nelson. Clarence R,. 2911 Asburv Place, Owensboro 42301, 

683-0816, 295-3451, Ext. 343 
Newton. John J.. 2608 Chant Court, Lexington 40509, 

266-0241, 266-0241 
Nichols. Billv Joe. R. R. 5. RusseUville 42276. 726-7330 
Noble, Garv, P. O. Box 271. Booneville 41314. 593-5088 
Obel. Dave, 5627 Tavlor Mill Road, Covington 41015, 356- 

9527. 371-6164 
Pace. Donald W.. Rt. 4. Cleveland Koad. Lexington 40505, 

293-0181. 255-0398 
Page. James N., P. O. Box 434. Corbin 40701, 528-8263, 

528-8263 
Page. Richard H.. Route 1. Hazel 42063. 382-2227. 328-8151 
Peeler. Charles H., Rt. 1, Dexter 42036, 753-8782. 753-1688 
Peeno. Harry R.. 124 Morris Road, Lookout Heights 

41011. 331-1981 
Pelphrev. Jack. Rt. 5. Box 657, Ashland 41101, 928-9524 
Pelphrev. Joe. Route 3. W. Prestonsburg 41668. 325-4204, 

836-9259 
Percell, Dannv. 154 McFerran Street, Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2386 
Perkins. Ronnie. Upton 42784. 373-5051, 765-5161 
Peters. Harold D.. 417 Summit Street, Richmond 40475, 

623-3980 
Phillips, Gene. 5 E. 5th Avenue, Williamson, W. Va. 

25661. 235-3597, 353-7240 
Phillips, Kenneth A., Rt. 1, Pine Knot 42635, 554-2644 
Pigman, Robert H.. P. O. Box 391, Hlndman 41822, 785- 

5541 
Pollv, Rex, 103-B Coffee Court, Whitesburg 41858, 633- 

9774 
Potter, Marling E., 341 Glenn Avenue, West Liberty 

41472. 743-3043. 743-3105 
Powell. Billv R.. Box 504. Elkhorn City 41522. 754-8702 
Powers. Brian. 4007 Winchester Road, Louisville 40275, 

895-2140. 448-2531. Ext. 393 
Prater. Jack D.. P. O. Box 262. Vanceburg 41179. 796-3058 
Price. William L.. R. R. 4. Box 352, Morganfield 42437. 

389-1733. 389-2419. Ext. 248 
Priest. Steve A.. Box 100. Rt. 1. Irvington 40146, 547-5123 
Purvis, Fred. 207 Southern Drive, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-5504, 465-8156 
Quisenberrv. James M., 1900 Farnsley Road, Apt. 9, 

Louisville 40216. 448-6152. 366-0940 
Ramey. Herb. Rt. 4. Morehead 40351, 784-4724, 784-5792 
Rav. William B.. Rt. 3. Elizabethtown 42701, 765-7623 
Rces, James B.. 440 Hilltop, Lexington 40506, 258-5116 
Reinhardt. Myron S.. Box 248. Rt. 1, Alexandria 41001, 

635-5724 635-2173 
Reliford. Paul. 805 Chippewa. Ashland 41101, 325-7457. 

324-3766 
Rigsbee, Stanley. 851 Donaldson Highway, Erlanger 41018, 

371-2979, 371-2979 
Rinehart. Donald, Hillcrest Drive, Campbellsville 42718. 

465-3119 
Ritter. Goebel. 415 Cornelia Avenue, Whitesburg 41858, 

633-7164, 633-4455 
Roe, David, Box 77, Gralin 41142, 286-4545, 286-4172 
Roe. James L.. Box 77 Grahn 41142 286-4545, 781-4178 
Rogers. Ralph. Box 113, Smith Street, Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2076 
Rose. Larrv. 3626 Alexandria Park. Cold Spring 41076, 

781-4384 
Roe, Michael, Box 303, South Shore 41175 932-3409 



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R""yo'i. Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-7883, 353- 

Russell. Robert. Rt. 5, Richmond 40475 623-7119 

St. Clair. Robert L.. P. O. Box 13064, 1019 Grade Lane 

Louisville 40213, 366-6793, 366-0326, Ext 220 
Salyer, Joel Dean. Pettit Trailer Court, Pettit Avenue 

Morehead 40351, 784-7698 
Salvers. John D., 108 Center Street, Erlanger 41018 341- 

5217. 341-5224 
Sammons. Patrick O.. 529 E. Adair Avenue. LouisviUe 

40209. 363-5979. 587-7531, Ext. 518 
Schell. William P., 3700 Cutler Road, Louisville 40219 

968-1552 
Sesher. James. 7091 Manderlay Drive, Florence 41042 

371-8128 

Sharp, Ronnie, 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro 40965, 248-3916 
Shontee, Raymond T., 2204 Wingfield Ct., Louisville 

40216, 772-1744 
Sizemore, Aster, 29 Sunvallev Terrace, Hazard 41701 

436-3402. 436-2107 
Skees. Albert R.. 9606 Janna Drive, Louisville 40272 

935-4754. 937-4603 
Snialhvood. Talmadge. Box 378, Rt. 1, Stanton 40380 

663-2096 
Smith. Charles L., Box 8, Cumberland College, Lebanon 

Tennessee 37087, 449-0018 
Smith. Larry, Waneta 40488, 965-3393 
Smith, Marion B., 304 Duncan St., Frankhn 42134, 586- 

8275. 586-8275 

Smith. Ronald A.. 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505 299- 

9688. 255-5661. Ext. 371 
Smoot. Reese. Route 3. Carlisle 40311. 289-7263 
Snow. Robert W., 628 Falmouth Road, Williamstown 
Spalding. Guy C. 11, Kirwan Tower, Box 3, Univ. of 

Ky.. Lexington 40506. 258-2040 

41097. 824-4940. 371-1221 
Spencer. Irv. Rt. 1, Old State Road. Brandenburg 40108. 

422-3294. 937-2300 
Stephens. Darrell, Rt. 1, Box 119, Pine Knot 42635. 354- 

2765 
Stephens. Stephen D.. 1105 Lime Street, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-3403 

Stevens, Irvine S.. 1345 So. 4th, Louisville 40208, 637-1023 
Stinson Charles L., 105 Bedford Court, Horse Cave 42749, 

786-2663. 786-2388 
Stoess. Henry L.. 314 Kavanaugh Road, Crestwood 40014, 

241-4196. 239-3204 
Stagnolia. Eugene. 308 N. Y. Road, Cumberland 40823, 

589-2344. 589-4625 
Strasburger. Greg, Rt. 1, Millwood 42762, 879-4801 
Suel, Robert G., 303 Bellechase, Nicholasville 40356. 885- 

5823 
Sumner, Carl, 8711 Cedar Creek Rd., Fern Creek 40291. 

239-0783. 459-1030, Ext. 205 
Swisher. Eugene H., Jr., 175 Romany Road, Lexington 

40502, 266-1947 
Suitzer, Bradlev, 980 Lily Court, Lexington 40504, 278- 

4756, 272-1513 
Switzer, Richard J.. Jr., 3 Circle Drive, Florence 41042, 

371-3910, 581-0158 
Taylor. Carl D.. 408 Bellefonte-Princess Road. Ashland 

41101. 325-2606. 324-1222 
Tegethoff. Kenneth. R. R. 2, Box 228, Henderson 42420, 

827-3944, 827-2506 
Thomas, Frank M., 629';. So. 44th Street, Louisville 40211. 

774-2624. 774-6529 
Thomas. Vincent, 3111 Caralee Drive, Columbus. Ohio 

43219. 475-5463 
Thompson. Gerald D., 4200 Cottage Hill Road. LouisviUe 

40299. 267-0198. 589-6310 
Thompson. Larrv. Box 36, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-3346, 

498-4220 
Thompson, Robert. C-4. Box 50. Pikeville 41501. 437-4729 
Thompson. Ronnie. Zebulon 41501, 432-1942, 437-6361 
Thornsberry. Larry R., Box 31, Pippa Passes 41844, 368- 

3462 
Thornton. Bryce. 1115 Forest Court, Ashland 41101, 325- 

3646, 928-6414 
Thornton, Michael A., 1115 Forest Court, Ashland 41101, 

325-3646 
Tippett, Charles, R. R. 5. Box A, Frankfort 40601. 875- 

2260. 875-2822 

Tolle. Michael R., 10511 Nanka Road. Louisville 40272. 

937-1274 
Tucker. Charles N.. 5353-B Kelly Street. Ft. Knox 40121. 

624-5063. 624-2013 
Tucker. Robert J.. 107 N. Boggess Avenue. Greenville 

42345. 338-2770 
Tuitele. Matthew V. L., 203 Millbrooke Drive, Hopkins- 

ville 42240, 886-8371, 886-8371, Ext. 231 
Turner. Lonnie. Rt, 1, Hodgenville 42748, 325-5362 
Tyler, Kenneth, Arlington 42021, 655-5771 
Wade. Bill. 211 N. Brady, Morganfield 43427, 389-2419 

Ext, 596, 389-2419, Ext. 202 



Wallace, John. P, O. Box P, Somerset 42501, 679-2954, 

678-5148 
Wallace William B., HI, Au.v. Rt. Box 122, Lebanon 

Junction 40150. 765-4964, 765-6171 
Wallen, David A.. Williamsport 41271, 789-5641 
Wallin. Charles. Jr.. 668 Northside Drive, Lexington 

40505. 299-8639. 255-4281. Ext. 194 
Walls. George E., R. R. 3. Albany 42602, 387-5535 
Walters Mike, SPO. Wilmore 40390. 858-9978 
Ward. David C. Rt. 2. Box 199. Elizabethtown 42701 769- 

3121, 549-3113 

Ward. Randall (Randy). Woodland Estates, Meallv 41234 

789-5050 (Bus) 
Ware. Phillip O., 218 Sycamore Street, Owensboro 42301 

684-6825, 233-5253 

Warren. Bill, Box 145, Morgantown 42261, 526-3464 
Washnock, Richard L., 6414 Sugar Tree Drive, Inde- 
pendence 41051, 356-5148 
Watkins, Jim, 104 Southview Square #48, LouisviUe 

40214. 366-1388, 937-2300 
Watts. Leon. Rt. 1. Box 576, Habard 41701, 436-5035 
Weber, James M , Jr.. Rt. 1. Dover 41034, 882-2945, 258- 

5256 (Lexington I 
Weddington, Timothy W.. 212 Albany Road, Lexington 

40503. 277-8266. 253-1611 
Wedding, Tommy. R. R. 4. Morganfield 42437, 568-2833 
Weihe. Robert J.. 1840 Yale Drive, LouisviUe 40205, 459- 

6397. 776-2400 
Werner. Dick. 1518 Corvallis Avenue, Cincinnati. Ohio 

45237. 821-2568. 761-4130. Ext. 264 
Welch. Donald G.. 1514 Fisher Avenue, Carrollton 41008, 

732-5575. 732-4346 
Wellman. Timothy W.. Route 2, Box 329. Ashland 41101, 

928-6341 
Whitaker. DarreU. Rt. 3, Box 25 Somerset 42501, 679-1271, 

625-5869 
Wilev. Michael J,. 10th Street. PaintsviUe 41240, 789-4530 
Wiseman, David, R, R. 2, Beattyville 41311, 464-8944 
Wilkins, James, Rt. 3, Maysville 41056, 759-7792 
Williams. Robert D.. Sr.. 304 E. Main Street. Fiankfort 

40601, 223-1796, 564-5971 
Williamson, David, 211 Orchard Heights, Hazard 41701, 

436-2638 
Wilson, Rick, 311 Summit Drive. CampbellsviUe 42718, 

465-5779, 465-8156 
Wolfe, Dennis Rav, 1706 Woodburn, Covington 41014, 

431-6425. 431-1314 
Wooton. Dannv G.. 96 S. Rosemont, Providence 42450, 

667-2932 
Young. William F.. 1815 Wm. H. Taft #304. Cincinnati, 

Ohio 45206, 961-1189, 261-8211 



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DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 
After a brief history of the sport of diving, the 
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the hurdle jump, determining the correct distance, 
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feet, proper takeoff and lift, correct entry into 
the water. The backward dive is also taught, in- 
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water. The motion is stopped at various points to 
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DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera 
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DROWN PROOFING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (9 min.), col- 
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I'M NO FOOL IN WATER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min.), 

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Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and 
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SPRINT CRAWL, e-j-s-c-a, IV4 reels (14 min.), 

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Men of the Army Air Force at Miami are 
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Clark, T. Creasey, P. Floyd, P. Parker, B. Walson, T. BoUon, Mgr. L. Clay. Second Row: Ass'l 
Coach J. Shipp, E. Myers, M. Cubine, M. Woods, M. Kenny, W. McKinney, W. Wilder, R. Smilh, 
B. Reed, C. Williams, G. Rice, R. Johnson, C. Trumbo, Ass'l Coach F. Rose. Third Row: Ass'l 
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J. Clough, Ed. Johnson, L. Black, G. Chenault, L. Johnson, Coach H. Goins. Fourlh Row: R. 
Crumble, M. Robi,nson, B. Bussell, R. Hudnall, J. Duvall, R. Smith, M. White, J. Berry, J. Sch- 
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Paris 35 — Garrard County 11 
Paris 17 — Maysville 
Paris 15 — Frankfort 14 
Paris 24 — Ludlow 6 
Paris 42 — Nicholas Counly 6 
Paris 37 — Ml. Sterling 9 



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Paris 25 — Madison 20 

Paris 34 — Harrodsburg 12 

Paris 42 — Montgomery County 14 

Paris 28 — Bourbon County 




Playoffs 

Paris 14 — Bardstown 8 
Paris 34 — Todd Central 20 
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Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI 



DECEMBER, 1973 



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1973-74 WRESTLING 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These inlerprelations of Ihe 
1973 National Federation Wrestling Rules do not 
set aside nor modify ai.y rule. They are made and 
published by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations in response to situations 
presented. 

Clifford B. Fagan, Editor, 
National Federation Publications 
RULE BOOK CORRECTIONS: 
5-1-5: Next to last sentence should read; "A knee 
or foot may be placed in back of the defensive 
wrestler's feet. 

Page 29: Under explanation of "other byes" the 
second 14 should be 15. 

Page 30: The reference to "ciuarter" brackets 
should be half brackets. 

Page 41: The caption for the lower left picture 
should read: "In the guillotine, forcing the arm so 
that it endangers the defensive man is a poten- 
tially dangerous hold." 

* :s * * * ^: ^: 

WRESTLING EARLY SEASONS QUESTIONS — 
INSTALLMENT I 

1. Situation: During his inspection of the wrestl- 
ing mat and the general mat area, the referee re- 
quests chairs and benches to be removed from an 
area 10 ft. wide completely surrounding the 
wrestling mat proper. 

Ruling: The mat area extends completely around 
the wrestling mat proper for a distance of 10 ft. 
This area is to be free of any items v.iiich may in- 
terfere with normal progress of the match. In some 
small gyms, the mat area will necessarily be lim- 
ited. The unobstructed area surrounding the mat 
should be as nearly 10 ft. as facilities permit. 
Coaches are to be seated at least 10 ft. from the 
edge of the mat and 10 ft. from the official's table. 
The mat area includes the team benches and the 
official's table. 

2. Situation: In the second period of match Al. 
who is ahead 2-1, is successful in applying a fig- 
ure 4 scissors to the body of Bl. Al flattens Bl 
to the mat but does not attempt to apply any hold 
to turn Bl. When this becomes apparent, the ref- 
eree warns Al for stalling without stopping the 
match. 

Ruling: The match will not be stopped when 
warning either wrestler for stalling. The referee 
must be certain the wrestler realizes he is being 
warned and, at the same time, signal the official's 
table there has been a warning issued. The match 
will continue uninterrupted. 

3. Situation: During the third period, Bl is suc- 
cessful in executing a stand-up and escapes. The 
maneuver puts Bl one point ahead of Al and he is 
content to avoid Al. When they do tie-up. Bl 
makes no attempt to take Al down but rather 
blocks attempts by Al to secure a takedown. Bl 
has been warned for stalling in the first period. 
Ruling: The referee will stop the match and award 



1 point to Al. Whenever it is necessary to penal- 
ize a wrestler, the match shall be stopped, the 
penalty clearly indicated and the point awarded. 

4. Situation: From the starting position on the 
mat Bl makes no attempt to move for an escape 
and is flattened on the mat. While down on the 
mat Bl holds his upper arms tight to his body, so 
that it IS not possible for Al to apply a half-nelson 
or other hold designed to turn Bl. Both wrestlers 
have been warned for stalling during the match. 
Ruling: When it is apparent Bl will not make a 
move, the referee sounds his whistle stopping the 
match and awards 1 penalty point to Al. The 
match is to be stopped whenever penalty points 
are awarded regardless of the reason. 

5. Situation: Al has his opponent in a pinning 
situation near the edge of the mat. As Al turns 
the torso of Bl away from the boundary, Bl moves 
so that the lower part of his body is outside the 
wrestling area. The supporting parts of Al remain 
inbounds as do the shoulders of Bl. 

Ruling: Wrestling shall continue as long as the 
shoulders of Bl are within the inbounds area. 
Near-fall points may be earned in this situation. 
If either shoulder of Bl touches the boundary line, 
or outside that line, wresthng will continue if 
there is a possibility of Al bringing Bl back in- 
bounds. 

6. Situation: Bl is successful in gaining a reversal 
and both wrestlers are near the edge of the mat 
with Al on his back attempting to avoid a pin- 
ning situation by moving out-of-bounds. Bl at- 
tempts to drive or hold Al in the inbounds area 
and the supporting points of Bl are inbounds. 
Ruling: Wrestling shall continue so long as the 
supporting points of either wrestler are inbounds. 
In a situation such as this, the referee shall per- 
mit wrestling to continue provided there is a pos- 
sibility of the wrestler in the advantage position 
keeping his opponent in the inbounds area. 
Comment: In the two foregoing situations the 
referee must exercise careful judgement. If there 
were little or no chance of the offensive wrestler 
bringing his opponent into the inbounds area or 
restraining him there, the referee shall declare an 
out-of-bounds after reasonable length of time. Tlie 
purpose of this provision is to permit a wrestler 
who has fairly gained an advantage to continue 
this advantage without having to break the hold 
due to an out-of-bounds being declared. If the 
wrestler in the advantage position cannot capital- 
ize on this advantage, by bringing his opponent 
into the inbounds area and restraining him there, 
an out-of-bounds will be declared. 

7. Situation: In assuming the staring position 
on the mat, defensive wrestler Bl places his hands 
in front of the forward starting line and his knees 
behind him in contact with the rear starting line 
and: (a) his lower legs are parallel and in line 
with the long axis of his body; or (b) his feet are 
touching behind him so that his lower legs are at 
an angle from the point of contact of the knees on 
the mat. Al, in assuming his position to the left 
side of Bl in (a) places his left knee on the mat 
to the outside of the lower leg of Bl and his right 

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DECEMBER, 1973 



VOL. XXXVI— No. 5 



Published monlhly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Edilor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

yt^.islant EdUoi JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Edilor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville 

Vice-President .__ W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Directors J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), VaUey Station; 

J. inonns Crecm.ir (1973-1975), Maysviile; Howard R. 
Critlenden (1973-IS77), Murray; Andrew J. Fullz (1972- 
19761, Olive Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. 
Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976). Corbin; James R. Wil- 
liams (1373 1977), Somerset; Roy L. Winchester (1970- 
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1. 1973 Football Participation List 

2. School's Report on Football Officials 

3. Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



Attention, Principals and Superintendents 

The forms to be used for ordering your tickets 
to the State Basketball Tournament will be mailed 
early in December. Instead of trying to get the 
order postmarked January 2, as indicated on the 
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Delegate Assembly Members 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the forth- 
coming 1974 annual meeting of the Association 
were elected by the principals of K.H.S.A.A. mem- 
ber schools on ballots returned to the State Office 
before November 15. There were several ties in the 
voting for delegate and alternate. These ties were 
broken recently, with the delegates and alternates 
determined by lot. The names of the district repre- 
sentatives are as follows: 

Delegates 

(1) Bobby Snider, (2) Chester 'W. Anderson, (3) 
Charles Hamlin, (4) Howard R. Crittenden, (5) 
Kenneth T. Hardin, (6) Hugh E. Sellers, (7) Paul 
B. Stevens, (8) Andrew Renick, (9) Frank A. List, 
(10) J. Ernest Atkins, (11) Scott Willoughby, (12) 
John Hill Taylor, (13) John McCarley, (14) Frank 
Cardwell, (15) Bennie Keen. (16) Perry C. Hay, 
(17) Dane Hicks, (18) Roy D. Withrow, (19) Albert 
Johnson, (20) R. Brooks Bates, (21) Joseph Mc- 
Pherson. (22) John D. Brown, (23) J. S. Pittenger, 
(24) Irvin Brooks. (25) Bro. Conrad Callahan, (26) 
Rev Thomas A. Duerr, (27) John V. Reschar, Sr.. 
(28) Patrick Crawford, (29) Thomas L. WilHs. (30) 
Jack D. Fugate. (31) Ollie Howard, (32) C. R. Wen- 
deroth. (33) James Molley, (34) Charles Highfield, 
(35) Tom Holloway. (36) Thomas Seither, (37) 
Richard Wills, (38) Clifford Wallace, (39) Charles 
M. Hughes. (40) Robert D. Campbell. (41) Rev. 
Robert Nieberding, (42) Zeb Blankenship, (43) Al 
Prewitt, (44) Shirlev Kearns. (45) Jerry A. Boyd. 
(46) Humphrey T. Elliott, (47) George O. Hortbn, 



(48) Bob Sullivan, (49) William Riddle, (50) 
Charles D. Black, (51) Cleo Pursifull, (52) Charhe 
Hunter, (53) J. M. Burkich, (54) Dacker Combs, 
(55) Vesper Singleton, (56) Richard Jeff, (57) Paul 
W. Trimble, (58) Pete Grigsby, Jr„ (59) Winston 
Adkins, (60) James V. Powell, (61) Hiram C. Walt- 
ers, (62) David Tabor, (63) Glenn Riedel, (64) 
Clyde Stewart. 

Alternates 
(1) Barley Mathis, (2) Ronald McAlister, (3) 
James A. Baker, (4) Eli Alexander, (5) Buddy L. 
Nichols, (6) Lewis Snowden, (7) A. O. Richards, 
(8) Harold Ross, (9) William Snodgrass, (10) 
James L. Stewart, (11) Denzel Mefiord, (12) Cal- 
vin Fulkerson, (13) Don M. Turner, (14) Ken Met- 
calfe, (15) Robbie Cline (16) James Graves, (17) 
Jimmy A. Elmore, (18) Carl Deaton, (19) Jude 
Talbott, (20) Virgil Chambers, (21) Willie Lewis, 
(22) John J. Moll, (23) Charles Summers, (24) W. 
D. Bruce, Jr., (25) Byron H. Bell, (26) Robert 
Pfaadt, (27) Howard Hardin, 28) James O. Gate- 
wood, (29) Robert B. Turner, (30) Wayne Meador, 
(31) Robert P. Atkinson, (32) John Crigler, (33) 
William M. Code, (34) Paul Champion, (35) Tom 
Hood, (36) Ken Shields, (37) Jerry Jenkins, (38), 
Mack Wallace, (39) John A. Branson, (40) Thomas 
Goebel, (41) Ken Tippett, (42) James E. Gash, (43) 
Norman Passmore, (44) Raymond Ross, (45) Jim 
Trachell, (46) Roger Meek, (47) Eldon E. Davidson, 
(48) Phillip Baker, (49) Larry Gritton, (50) Jay 
Roger Keck, (51) Herl^ie J. Roark, (52) Earl Rog- 
ers, (53) Lyle Eads, (54) Damon Huff, (55) D. Ran- 
dall Smith. (56) Russell Stamper, (57) Jim Wheel- 
er, (58) James F. Frances, (59) Fleetwood Johnson, 
(60) Frank T. Welch, (61) Joe P. Blankenship. (62) 
Gary Salyer, (63) Dwight Johnson, (64) Sr. Marie 
Gangwish. 

Corresponding Dates For Football 

Article VIII, Section 3-d, of the K.H.S.A.A. Con- 
stition states: "If 'corresponding date' appears in a 
football or basketball contract. Thanksgiving Day 
is the date from which the corresponding date 
shall be determined in football, the date of the 
district tournament final game in basketball. This 
rule as it applies to basketball shall go into effect 
in 1970-71." 

Since 1974 is the year Thanksgiving moves six 
da.ys later in the month, there is some confusion 
over the state pertaining to the scheduling of the 
football games. The above regulation applies only 
if the "corresponding date" is to determine the 
date of the second game of a two-year contract. If 
specific dates appear in the contract for both 
games of a two year contract this regulation would 
not apply. In 1974 Thanksgiving falls on November 
28. The finals will be on Novem.ber 29, therefore 
the semi-final will be played November 22 and the 
districts on November 15. 



Certified Wrestling Officials 



Cline, Jack D. 
Easley, Dan 
Givens, C. Michael 
Tngraham, Gary J. 
Kaufman, Alvin R. 
Lineberry, Mark D. 



Mann, Larry 
Terry, Bobby S. 
Vogelsang. Larry B. 
Warren, Lawrence A. 
Weenolsen, Robert O. 



Approved Wrestling Officials 

Cummings, Norman A. 
Hardy, Tom 
Owens, Lewis F. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER. 1973 



Page Three 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Wrestling Officials 

(List Compiled November 26) 

If lh3 telephone number is given for an official, il is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two num- 
bers are given, the first number is the home phone. 

Bencioif. Turn, Shawneetown .A-202. Lexington 40503. 277- 
0481 

Bryant. Stephen D.. 127 Sequoia Drive. Clarksville. Ten- 
nessee 37040. 647-3830 

Clarkson. William (.Bill), 132 Alumni Avenue. Hopkinsville 
42240. 83 3-2885, 388-4621 

Cumminas. Normgn A,, 1503 Beacon Hill Road, Lexinston 
40504, 255-9156 

Dowling, Tom, 507 .Aztec Trail, Georgetown 40324. 863- 
4195. 863-7291 

Fraker. R. Lvnn, P. O. Box U 406, College Station Heights. 
Bowlins Green 42101, 748-2380. 745-5152 

Hardy, Thomas W.. Bor 598. Old State Road ^3. Alexan- 
dria 41001. 635-9001. 397-3872 

Hollidav. Michael W.. 2700 St. Patrick Drive. Henderson 
42420. 827-5309 

Holloway. S. Michael. 4553 Virginia Avenue, Lot 20. Cov- 
ington 41015, 581-4043 

Ingraham. Garv J.. 9706 Lanesboro Wav. Louisville 40222, 
425-5215, 897-2815 

Johnson. Arthur E.. Lee Dean Est.. Lot 34, Rt. 5, Nicholas- 
ville 40356, 272-5858, 257-"821 

Kaufman, Al, 8215 St. ."Xnthjnv Church Road. Louisville 
40214. 366-0126. 584-8315 

Kurtz. Paul .Joseph. Jr.. 326 Grosvenor Avenue =7. Lexing- 
ton 40508. 252-8779. 257-4780 

Lewis, Michael, East Hardin H. S,, Glendale 42740. 769-1163 

Mann, Larrv. 1948 :\Iellwood Avenue. Louisville 40206, 897- 
3959, 897-1583, Ext 71 

Martin, Alan L,, 6305 Powder Horn Drive, Louisville 40216, 
447-2558, 452-4707 

Scholtz. Randolph, End-o£-Main, Apt. 14. Danville 40422. 
236-7186 

Scifres, Bruce. P. O, Box 51. Sonera 42776. 369-5691 

Sundberg, Daniel L., 9011 Brandvwine Drive, Louisville 
40291, 239-1752. 451-4330 

Sweat, Michael F., 242 B, IMetts Court. Elizabethtown 
42701, 769-3915, 862-3004 

Terrv, Bobbv S. iBobl. 128 Blue Ridge Road. Anchorage 
40223. 245-0036. 245-4101 

Vogelsang. Larry. 25 New URI Avenue. Florence 41042. 
371-5365 

Washington. E. C., 517 Clifton Road. Versailles 40383. 873- 
8011. Ext, 277 (Bus.) 

Yates. James Wavne. Rolling Hills Park. Lot 32. LaGrange 
40031. 222-9823 



Supplementar) List of 

Register;.d Girls' Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled November 26) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are oiven the first number is the home 
phone. 

Baker. Janice. 4008 Addison Lane. Shivelv 40216. 447-6539. 

849-3131 
Chappel. Robert. Rt. 5, Box 109. Mt, Sterling 40353, 498- 

4448 744-4251 
Henry, Daniel T., 30 Ann Street, Florence 41042, 371-5642 
Hook, Don, Cunningham 42035. 642-2513, 442-1641 
Jansen, Jean, Rt. 2. Box 256. Shepherdsville 40165. 957-6159 
Jones. Anna. 721 Locust Lane, Louisville 40213, 637-6300. 

776-4677 
Lawrence. Patricia E., 721 Locust Lane. Louisville 40213. 

637-6300 
Lenahan. Rita J.. 3525 Tates Creek Rd., Lexington 40502. 

272-7159. 269-3326 
McPike. Rav S.. Jr.. 407 Theatre Bids.. Louisville 40202. 

451-3832. 585-2832 
Marango. Kathv R., 4201 Final Drive. Louisville 40219, 969- 

4190, 774-44'>l 
Mucha, Anne C^sev, 2553 Larkin Road, Apt. 23. Lexington 

40503. 278-4976 
Mullirs. Julia. 721 Ridge Dale Drive. Hebron 4104S. 6B3- 

7368. 371-7200 
ThoniDSon. Beth. 9809 Encino Court. Louisville 40223. 

425-1368 
Toon. Linda. 5311 Idlewocd Lane. Louisville 40291. 239-6605. 

448-3131 
Wade, Sharon. W. Main Street. Lebanon 40033 
Weihe, Robert J.. 1840 Yale Drive, Louisville 40205, 459- 

6937, 776-2400 



1973-74 BASKETBALL 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 

INSTALLMENT I 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 

rules of the National Basketball Committee of the 

United States and Canada do not set aside nor 

modify any rule. The rulings are approved and 

apply to the situations for which they are given. 

CLIFFORD B. FAGAN, Editor, 

National Federation Publications 

THE NATIONAL BASKETBALL COMMITTEE 

IS suspending enforcement of the provision 

which prohibits tails under names on shirts for 

the 1973-74 season. Thus, Case Book situation 

No. 10 (page 7) is not to be applied for the 

present season. 

INSTITUTIONS SHOULD BE NOTIFIED IM- 
MEDIATELY that the provision prohibiting 
"tails" under names will become effective at a 
future date to be announced by the Committee. 
Confirmation of the future date will also be in- 
cluded in future basketball rules publications. 
Institutions ordering basketball shirts for fut- 
ure use should make certain there is no "tail" 
or "tails" above or below the name of the team 
or the name of the individual. 
BASKETBALL PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
RULE BOOK FOR GIRLS 

Page !5: Add the word or to definition 4-6 so it 
reacts": 'A pla.ver is in control when she is holding 
a live ball or dribbling it.". 

Page 33: Under Rule 10-6. add new item e which 
will read: "Wear an illegal shirt". Old item e 
should become new item f, item f new item g. etc. 
PLAY 13: Revise the ruling to read: "There is 
no penalty in (a) or (b). The infractions must be 
discovered before the ball becomes alive to be 
penalized". 
CASE BOOK 

Play 1009C: Revise the ruling to read: In (a). Al 

is entitled to his second free throw. In (b). it is 

too late to correct the error made by the official. 

Play *113A: In the first sentence, change Bl to 

B6. 

Play 41 IKK: The next to the last sentence in 
the ruling should be replaced as follows: "B is 
awarded a bonus attempt." Tlie last sentence re- 
mains and is correct. 

1 PLAY: (a) Al; or (b) Bl commits basket inter- 
ference at basket of Team A. In (a) the referee 
erroneously counts score; or in (b) fails to count 
it. In each case the error is not discovered until 
after the ball has become alive following the dead 
ball after the error occurred. . . 

RULING: It is too late to correct the official s er- 
ror If the error were detected during the first 
dead ball period following its occurence, correc- 
tion could have been made. 

Note: The above situations (a) and (b) reflect er- 
rcrs bv the officials, correction time for which is 
hmited by 2-10. However, the coverage in 2-10 is 
not appUcable to errors made in record keeping 
or, in other words, errors made by the score keep- 
er. Tlius. if a score is not recorded or a foul is 
erroneously charged, correction may be made as 
provided in 2-11. 

2. PLAY: A6 enters the court while the ball is 
alive and the clock is running. 
RULING: This is an infraction and should be pen- 
ahzed with a technical foul. If the officials fail to 
(Continued on Page Eight) 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1973 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER CHAMPION 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: W. Hoskinson, M. Englert, D. Kannapez, J. Clishem, W. Garvey, R. Stauble, S. Huber. 
Second Row: J. Besendorf, J. Beisler, T. Englert, J. Eye, B. Garvey, C. Varga, M, Cassaro. Third Row: E. Wilson, G. 
Stauble, M. Brewer, W. Wetterer, T. Whalen, T. Baechle, K. Schnell. Fourth Row: T. Clishem, D. Thomas, R. Thieman, 
K. Ott, M. Frederick, T. Svendsen, T. Ford. Fifth Row: Mgr. T. Spalding, Mgr. T. Shannon, Mgr. D. Spoelker, H. 
Strombeck, C. Collins, Mgr. B. Rapp, Mgr. M. Fay. Sixth Row: Bro. Johan Gegper, C.F.X. 



1973 STATE SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIP 
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 

November 5-10, 1973 



Westport 


3 










1 


Westport 


1 






Moore 




5 


St. Xavier 




St. Xavier 

DeSales 

Thomas Jefferson 


6 





St. Xavier 


2 






1 


St. Xavier -3 




2 


Henry Clay 


4 






Henry Clay 




2 


Henry Clay 


St. Camillus 


1 




Doss 


8 


Doss 








University Breckinridge 









St. Xavier 


r^l_ ! - 




9 


Oldham County 


2 






Oldham County 




4 


Ky. Country Day 









2 




Berea Community 




1 


Ky. Country Day - 1 




8 


Ky. Country Day 


Ky. Country Day 








Waggener 


1 








2 


Ballard 









Ballard 




1 


Trinity 




Trinity 


2 






-- _ — - ,-- — 


1 


Trinity 








Ath erton 











THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1973 



Page P^ive 



1973 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 

CLASS A 



REGION I 

District 1 — Todd Central 


- 14 


*District 2 — Glasgow 


- 13 


REGION II 

District 1 — Bardstown 


- 8 


*District 2 — Paris 


- 14 


REGION III 

District 1 — Shelbyville 


- 20 


*District 2 — Louisa 


- 27 


REGION IV 

District 1 — Lynch 


- 


*District 2 — Elkhorn City 


- 7 



Todd Central 



*Paris 



Louisa 



*Elkhiorn City 



34 



14 



Paris 



21 



NOVEMBER 23, 1973 

EASTERN 
KENTUCKY 
UNIVERSITY 

RICHMOND, KY. 
12:30 P.M. 



Paris 



Elkhorn City 



12 



State Champions 
Class A 



CLASS AA 



REGION I 

*District 1 — Paducah Tilgh 


man 


- 2 


District 2 — Madisonville-N. 


Hop. 


- 


REGION II 

*District 1 — Meade County 




- 14 


District 2 — Somerset 




- 8 


REGION III 
District 1 — Dixie Heights 




- 7 






- 13 


*District 2 — Bryan Station 


REGION IV 

*District 1 -- Corbin 




- 8 


District 2 — Boyd County 




- 42 



"Pad. Tilghman 



Boyd County 



28 



Meade County - 



"Bryan Station 



Pad. Tilghman 



27 



13l 



NOVEMBER 23, 1973 

EASTERN 
KENTUCKY 
UNIVERSITY 

RICHMOND, KY. 
2:30 P.M. 



Paducah 
Tilghman 

State Champions 
Class AA 



Boyd County 



- 8 



CLASS AAA 



REGION I 

*District 1 — Trinity 


- 17 










- 8 


Trinity - 16 


District 2 — Bishop David 


* Thomas Jefferson- 


13 


NOVEMBER 23, 1973 

8:00 P.M. 

KENTUCKY FAIR 

AND EXPOSITION 

CENTER 
LOUISVILLE, KY. 
Southern - 


REGION II 

*District 1 — Valley 


- 10 




- 34 

- 12 


District 2 — Thomas Jefferson 
♦District 3 — Southern 


Southern 


14 



Trinity 



State Champions 
Class AAA 



District 4 • — Seneca 



Indicates site of game 



- 01 



Patre Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1973 



GLASGOW— CLASS A, REGION L DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left lo Right) Front Row: Mgr. M. Ross, Mgr. R. Brewer, B. Potter. A. Hunt, D. Hopkins, S. Massey, P. Simon, 
B. Bishop, M. Bunch, M. Ellis, Mgr. W. Mason, Mgr. S. Chatt n. Second Row: K. Ford, M. Johnson, A. Kingrey, S. 
Webb, R. Adams, K. Hendrix. G. Budenga, E. Albany, T. Harvey, R. Crowe, S. Strange. Third Row: E. Trammel, P. 
Carlson, R. Shelton, R. Oliver, M. Wilson, S. Royse, A. Alexander, C. Hopk'.ns, G. Motley, T. Altman, R. Reid. Fourth 
Row: J. Norville, S. Clay, R. Hampton, D. Wolie, D. Williams, T. Smith, C. Shelton, S. Woodsmall, C. Jones, H. Royse, 
J. Johnson, A. Wood. Fifth Row: J. Staples, T. Travis, M. Demunbrun, D. Carlson, K, McShane, M. Bass, S. Henry, C. 
Jones, R. Hampton, F. Neal, B. Hunt, S, Biggers, M. Huffman. 



TODD COUNTY CENTRAL— CLASS A, REGION 1 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Fro,nt Row: Coach Bob Fritz, R, Harper, R. Robinson, J. Wheeler, E. Ligon, M. Andrews, L. Evans, 
R. Schubert, D. Templeman, S. Berry, V. Harrell, G. Dudley. Second Row: A. Mills, D. Short, T. Gibbs, M. Offutl, T. 
Hadden, B. Mcintosh, B. Standard, J. May, R. Weinberg, C. Cole. Third Row: Asst Coach M. Harper, Ass't Coach F. 
Harper, B Groves, T. Combs, R. Jenkins, C. Ricchuite, P. Harrell, C, Graham, D. Evans, E. Petrie, T. Snardon, P. 
DeLozier, Asst Coach J. Jackson, Ass't Coach J, Young. 



Both Coaches and Officials Can Help 
Prevent Unsportsmanlike Conduct 

It takes total effort to provide for good sports- 
manship at athletic contests. The school adminis- 
tration, and particularly the athletic director, must 
educate players, students, and fans to the most 
worthwhile values of interscholastic athletics. It 
should be commonly understood that their main 
purposes are educational and recreational, and 
when they cease to be either, they can no longer 
be justified as a supplement to the curricular pro- 
gram of the school. 

At the game site, both officials and coaches can 
contribute to the type of sportsmanship which is 
in the best interest of boys and girls. 

Schools have reason to expect the coach to be 
a mature person who can control his emotions 
during athletic contests. He must set a proper 
example for his players and team followers. His 
actions can influence spectators positively or nega- 
tively. He has reason to be concerned about the 
competency of officiating, but must be sufficiently 
mature to present his objections in a professional 
manner. He should have a thorough knowledge of 
the game rules, particularlj-. bench conduct rules, 
and these must serve as guidelines for him. Voic- 
ing criticism of the officiating at game site may be 



an outlet for his emotions, but it will not aid his 
team or contribute to better officiating. 

Officials have just as much responsibility as do 
coaches. Athletic contests mean much to high 
school youth and a well officiated game contrib- 
utes toward the educational and recreational 
values of them. The official who knows the rules, 
enforces them consistently, is fair in his judgment 
and is also emotionally mature, will contribute to 
the sportsmanship at athletic events. 

Officials who do not put forth their maximum 
effort (hustle) and who are inclined to lose emo- 
tional control, when a coach or player commits an 
unsportsmanlike act. may himself also be con- 
tributing to poor sportsmanship. Such remarks as, 
"You do the coaching. I'll do the officiating," are 
completely out of place when made by an official. 
One who is in position to adjudicate the actions 
of others, is expected to avoid loss of emotional 
control. Retorts from officials do not help solve 
any problems or help prevent misconduct. 

When ccaches and officials show mutual resnect, 
this contributes significantly to the most worth- 
while objectives of interscholastics. When both 
?ssums their equal share of responsibility, inter- 
scholastic contests will provide more benefits for 
high school boys and girls. 

— Missouri High School Activities Journal 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1973 



Page Seven 



Official Dickinson 

CLASS A 

REGION I 
Districi 1 
Team W 

1. Todd Central 5 

2. Murray 4 

Fulton "Countv 3 

Trigg Countv 5 

Reidland 3 

Heath 4 

Fulton 4 

Webster Countv 2 

9. Russellville 2 

10. Ft. Campbell 1 

n. Crittenden Countv 1 

12. McLean County 

Dislricl 2 

1. Glasgow 6 

2. Wairen East 5 

3. Tompklnsville 4 

4. Allen County 4 

5. Metcalfe County 5 

6. Butler County 5 

7. Campbellsville 4 

8. Barren Countv 6 

8. Green Countv 6 

10. Park Citv 4 

11. Clinton Countv 3 

11. Hart County 2 

13. Caverna 3 

14. Gamaliel 1 

15. Edmonson Countv 1 

16. Taylor County 

16. Cumberland County 

REGION II 
District 1 

1. Bardstown 3 

2. Anderson County 6 

3. Harrodsburg 6 

4. Stanford 2 

5. Washington County 2 

6. Boyle Countv 2 

7. Mercer County 

7. Garrard County 

District 2 

1. Paris 4 

2. Frankfort 3 

3. Estill County 3 

3. 'Madison 2 

5. Berea 3 

6. Georgetown 2 

7. Nicholas County 1 

7. Sayre I 1 

9. M. M. I. 

•Madison defeated Berea 

REGION III 
District 1 
Team W 

1. Shelbyville 3 

2. Beechwood 4 

3. Ludlow 5 

4. Bellevue 3 

5. Eminence 4 

6. Dayton 3 

7. Ky. Country Day 3 

8. Carroll County 3 

S. Henry Countv 2 

10. Owen Countv 1 

11. Trimble County 

District 2 
1 Louisa 8 

2. Mt. Sterling 5 

3. Fail-view 6 

4. Raceland 3 

5. Morg?n Countv 3 

6. "Maysville 3 

7. Lewis County 4 

7. Bath County 3 

9. Montgomery County 2 

10. Fleming County 2 

11. Rowan Countv" 2 

12. Cattletsb'irg "_ 1 

13. West C=irter 

•Defeated Lewis County and Bath 

REGION IV 
District 1 

1. Lvnch 3 

2. P.neville 3 



Ratings 



For The 1973 Football Season 



T 



1 





o 





1 








T 

1 





1 

1 





1 









Rating 
22.00 
21.25 
21.25 
20.83 
20.42 
20.00 
16.25 
15.00 
14.00 
11.67 
11.22 
10 00 



30.00 
24.17 
23.00 
21.67 
21.43 
20.00 
19.29 
18.89 
18.89 
17.50 
15.00 
15.00 
13.00 
12.86 
11.43 
10.00 
10.00 



23.75 
22.50 
20.71 
15.00 
14.00 
13.33 
10.00 
10.00 

22.50 
21.25 
17,50 
17.50 
17.50 
14.00 
12.50 
12.50 
10.00 



25.63 
21.00 
20.83 
19.58 
18,57 
18.33 
18.00 
15.71 
13.33 
11.43 
10.00 



25,00 
22.50 
20.70 
20.00 
18.00 
15.00 
15.00 
15.00 
14.00 
13.33 
12.50 
11.67 
10.00 



23.75 
18.75 



L>nn Cairip 2 

Harlan 1 

Williamsburg 

District 2 
Elkhorn City 8 

Wheelwright 5 

Paintsville 4 

Pikeville 5 



Flemmg-Neon 
Jenkins 

'Johns Creek 

Virgie 

Mullins 

Phelps 

'Defeated Virgie 



15.00 
12,50 
10,00 

30 on 

21 07 
21.00 
19 25 
18.31 
13.75 
13.75 
13.75 
11.67 
11.00 



10 
11. 
12 
13 
14 



CLASS AA 
REGION I 
District I 
Team W 

Paducah Tilgliman 5 

Hopkinsville 4 

Bowling Green 2 

^Christian County 5 

'Franklm-Simpson 3 

Caldwell Countv 2 

Mayfield 1 

Lone Oak 1 

Nortli Marshall 1 

'Defeated Caldwell Count\- and 
•Defeated Caldwell County 

District 2 

Madisonville-N. Hop. 7 

Union County 6 

Owensboro _1 5 

Owensboro Catholic 4 

Henderson Count>- 4 

D.T\-iess Count\' 3 

Ohio Countv '_ 2 

Apollo 2 

Henderson 

REGION 11 

District 1 

Meade Countv 8 

Bullitt Central 6 

Elizabethtown 6 

O'diiam Count>' 2 

North Hardin 5 

East Hardin 3 

Marion County 2 

Adair County 2 

Warren Central 2 

Fort Knox 4 

LaRue County 1 

-'Nelson County 1 

Breckmridge Countv 1 

Slielbv Countv 

•Defeated North Hardin 
'Defeated Breckinridge County 

District 2 

Somerset 3 

Danville 3 

Harris?!! Countv 3 

'Bo"rbon Countv 2 

Scot Countv I 3 

Case-- County 1 

Woodfo'-d Countv 1 

Jessamine County 

Defeated Scott "County 

REGION III 

District I 
Tea 1-1-1 W 

D^xie Heights 8 

Can-ijDbell County 7 

Highlands 6 

•Covington Catholic 2 

Covington Holn-ies 4 

S'n^on-Kenton 4 

Ne>' Dort 2 

B"one "Countv 2 

A-r,>.-port Catholic 2 

Llovd Memorial 1 

Conner 

•Defeated Covington Holn-ies 

'Defeated Simon-Kenton 

District 2 

Bryan Station 3 

l.»f."ivette 4 

Madison Central 3 



T. 


T 


Rating 


(.1 


II 


22.00 


o 





19.17 


3 





16,00 


9 


I) 


15.00 


3 





15.00 


4 


1 


15.00 


4 


1 


12.50 


3 





12.50 


3 





12.50 



Franklin- Simpson 



T 













1 







1 



27.50 
22-14 
19 06 
16.57 
16.33 
13.75 
13.33 
12.50 
10.00 



25.00 
22.50 
20.71 
17.50 
17,50 
17, PO 
15,83 
15,00 
15,00 
12.50 
11.43 
11.25 
11.25 
10.83 



21,25 
18.50 
18.50 
17.50 
17.50 
12.50 
11.67 
10.00 



Rating 
25,00~ 
20,63 
18.75 
15,00 
15,00 
15,00 
13.13 
12.86 
12.50 
11.25 
10.83 



20.00 
19 00 
18,75 



Page Eight THE KENTUCKY 

4. Henry Clay 2 2 17.50 

5. Franklin County 2 2 15.00 

6. Paul G. Blazer 13 12.50 

G. Tales -Creek 13 12.50 

7. Clark County 4 10.00 

REGION IV 
Dislrict 1 

1. Corbin o 25.C0 

2. Knox Central 5 3 18.33 

3. Middlesboro 4 3 17.14 

4. James A. Cawood 3 3 16. G7 

5. Bell County 3 4 15.71 

6. 'Evarts 2 2 15.00 

7. Cumberland 13 15.00 

8. Whitlev County 2 3 II 14 00 

9. Rockcastle County 1 2 I 13.50 

10. Wayne County 13 12.50 

10. Laurel County 1 3 12.50 

12. Russell County 3 1 11.25 

'Defeated Cumberland 

Dislrict 2 

1. Buyd County 6 27.50 

2. Prestonsburg 5 2 20.71 

3. Whitesburg 5 10 19.17 

4. Belfry 4 4 16.25 

5. Russell 3 2 IG.OO 

6. Greenup County 2 3 14.00 

6. Hazard 2 3 14.00 

8. M. C. Napier 2 4 13.33 

9. Johnson Central 1 4 12.00 

10. East Carter 4 10.00 

10. Leslie County 5 10.00 

CLASS AAA 
REGION I 
District 1 

Team W L T Rating 

1. Trinity 4 22.50 

2. Male 3 1 18.50 

3. DeSales 2 2 15.00 

4. Iroquois 13 12.50 

5. Shawnee 4 10.00 

District 2 

1. Bishop David 4 25.00 

2. Atherton 3 10 21.25 

3. -St. Xavier 3 2 20.00 

4. Central 3 2 20.00 

5. Fla,get 1 4 12.00 

6. duPont Manual 5 10.00 

*Defeated Central 

REGION II 
District 1 

1. Valley 3 1 20.00 

2. Pleasure Ridge Park 3 10 18.75 

3. Butler 2 2 15.00 

4. 'Western 13 12.50 

5. Doss 1 3 12.50 

'Defated Doss 

District 2 

1. Thomas Jefferson 3 23.33 

2. Jeffersontown 2 1 16.67 

3. Moore 1 2 13.33 

4. Fern Creek 3 10.00 

District 3 

1. Southern 3 20.00 

2. Durrett 1 1 i 15.00 

3. Fairdale 12 13.33 

4. Stuart ,__ 2 I 11.67 

District 4 

1. Seneca 4 20.00 

2. Ballard 2 2 15.00 

2. Eastern 2 2 15.00 

2. Westport 2 2 15.00 

5. Waggener 4 10.00 



BASKETBALL EARLY SEASON 
QUESTIONS 

fContinued frcm Page Three) 

detect the infraction and it is noticed by the sror- 
er, he may call it to the attention of the official. 
When this error occurs and it is not penalized im- 
mediately, it may be corrected provided it is "rec- 
ognized before the ball becomes alive following 
the first dead ball after the error." 
3. PLAY: Scorer fails to record two points award- 
ed to Team A during 1st quarter as a result of 



H IGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1973 

basket interference by B2. Omission is discovered 
by the score keeper and recognized by the referee 
duiing the half time intermission. 
RULING: Score should be corrected. This error 
is not due to the inadvei-tent setting aside of a 
rule, but is due to a mistake in record keeping. 
When there is a discrepancy in the score and the 
referee is positive he knows what the mistake is, 
he can cori-ect it as provided for in 2-11, 

4. PLAY: After a field goal by Bl, the score is 
A-61, B-60. Al has the ball out-of-bounds for a 
throw-in with four seconds remaining in the game. 
Al holds the ball, (a) B2 crosses the boundary line 
end holds Al; or (b) B2 reaches through the out- 
cf-bounds plane and slaps the ball from the hands 
of Al. Tiine expires close to the moment the of- 
ficial indicates the infraction. 

RTJI,TJ\TG: Delay of game. Technical foul i.= charged 
to B2 in both (a) and (b). The time remaining to 
play is in no way a factor. (2-8). 
COMMENT: It has been reported that in some 
sir.iilar situations the official has issued a warning 
to B2. The circumstances do not permit a warn- 
ing. The infraction is a technical foul and it should 
be called whenever it occurs during a ball game 
without regard to lime. If the player making the 
throw-in (Al) reaches through the out-of-bounds 
plane into the court and Bl then slaps the ball 
from the hand of Al, without Bl breaking the 
plane above the out-of-bounds line, Al has com- 
mited a violation. Bl has merely slapped a dead 
ball from the hands of Al. 

5. PLAY: A team has reached the bonus situa- 
tion, but due to an error following a common foul, 
the officials give the ball to Al out-of-bounds in- 
stead of awarding A a bonus free throw situation. 
The throw-in by Al is caught by A2 who dribbles 
the ball. During or following the dribble, the table 
recognizes the error and the horn is sounded. 
RULING: On the basis of application of the rule, 
the error was committed while the ball was dead 
and after the ball lias become alive on the court, 
the correction cannot be made. 

COMMENT: This is the interpretation we indicate 
in our publications and through the written word 
when we are conducting an interpretation meet- 
ing. If we are talking to an experienced official, 
we will point out there is a matter of time in- 
volved, but the involvement of time recjuires a 
\ ery fine judgment and some skill on the part of 
the official. If the official recognizes the error re- 
gardless of how it might be done within a second 
or two after the ball has become alive, he can if 
the circumstances are appropriate, declare the ball 
dead and indicate he really recognized the error 
while the ball was dead, but due to a lag of blow- 
ng the whistle, the whistle was not sounded im- 
mediately. He can then indicate he recognized it 
and intended the ball remain dead, he can then 
give the correct penalty. Even to the experienced 
official, we point out that to do this, of course, he 
must acknowledge that his whistle was slow in 
sounding to prevent the ball fi-om becoming alive. 
Of course, circumstances will determine whether 
he should do it. If the ball has been alive for four 
or five seconds, there is undoubtedly no way he 
can make the correction and justify it in accord- 
ance with the rules, 

6. PLAY: Al and A2 are each wearing number 
34 and it is so entered in the score book. This du- 
plicaton is discovered by an official (a) three 
minutes before the game starts; or (b) after the 
game starts. 



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Page Nine 



RULING: In both (a) and (b) a technical foul is 
charged to one of the weai'ers and he must change 
to a shirt which has a legal number which is not 
duplicated. A duplicate number is penalized when- 
ever it is discovered after 10 minutes before the 
game is scheduled to start. 

7. PLAY: Before the bonus is m effect. Al com- 
mits a common foul by holding Bl. During the 
throw-in by team B, Bl pushes A3. 
RULING: False double foul. The ball is put in 
play by a jump at center. Because the bonus rule 
is not in effect, no free throws are awarded. Team 
B has the ball when Bl fouls, thus the foul by Bl 
is not advantageous and not interpreted to be in- 
tentional. 

8. PLAY: Bl, whose team is in the bonus, holds 
Al. Al is successful in both free throw attempts. 
While B3 is making the throw-in from behind the 
end line. A3 pushes B4. Team A is or is not in the 
bonus situation. 

RULING: In either case, the foul by A3 is inter- 
preted to be intentional. Because the foul by A3 
creates a false double foul causing the ball to be 
put in play by a center jump, it takes the ball 
away from team B. To this extent, the foul by A3 
causes an advantageous jump ball for A. Thus, as 
based on the intentional false double foul princi- 
pal, the foul by A3 is interpreted as intentional. 
This is an extension of the philosophy as embod- 
ied in Case Book situation 305B established sev- 
eral years ago to eliminate the possibility of foul- 
ing to create a false double foul and thus gain an 
advantage. 

9. PLAY: What guide lines should be exercised 
by the officials when spectators' actions are such 
tliat they interfere with the administration of the 
game? 

RULING: In response to the question "Who is re- 
sponsible for the behavior of the spectators, the 
rule books states ''the official may call fouls on 
either team if its supporters act in such a waj- as 
to interfere with the proper conduct of the game." 
It is significant to note the word used is "may''. 
This gives permission, but does not in any way im- 
ply that the officials must call fouls on team fol- 
lowers or supporters. The word "may" was select- 
ed with care. Thus, while officials do have the 
authority to penalize a team whose spectators in- 
terfere with the proper conduct of the game, this 
authority must be used with extreme caution and 
judiciousness. While the authority is there, an of- 
ficial will almost never use it because experience 
has demonstrated that calling technical fouls on 
the crowd does not accomplish the purpose for 
which the call was intended. The spectators, al- 
ready in an antagonistic mood, almost always re- 
act negatively when a technical foul is called on 
them. The calling of sucli a foul causes the fol- 
lowers of the penalized team to go to greater 
lengths to display their disapproval of the offici- 
ating, or the opponent. 

COMMENT: In the final analysis the responsibil- 
ity of the behavior of spectators is that of the 
game committee or management. This is specific- 
ally covered in the rule book which stipulates that 
insofar as the management can reasonably be ex- 
pected to control the spectators, it is its responsi- 
bility to do so. First of all, the management has 
the responsibility of providing a site where the 
game can proceed in a sportsmanlike manner. The 
official is not responsible for this aspect of the 
contest or for assuming the duties of management. 
If the conduct of spectators or a spectator pro- 



hibits the orderly continuance of a game, the of- 
ficial invariably uses his best judgment by having 
a representative of game management take what- 
ever action is advisable and necessary. This may 
require the removal of team followers or a team 
follower, or the clearing of the court of coins, de- 
bris, ice, or paper before the contest is permitted 
to continue. If the disruption is not brought under 
control and the contest cannot continue, rather 
than assess technical fouls, the official is advised 
t3 suspend or forfeit the game. This action is tak- 
en only as a last resort. 

10. PLAY: During: (a) field goal try: (b) free 
throw try; or (c) throw-in the ball lodges in a 
basket support or between the basket rim and 
the backboard. 

HULING: As provided by the rule, the ball be- 
comes dead as soon as it becomes stationary in 
either (a) or (b). In (c) the ball was dead during 
the throw-in and therefore, it remains dead. Im- 
mediatelv after the official has judged the ball to 
be lodged, he shall sound his whistle indicating 
it has become dead or is to remain dead. In (a) 
and (b) play will be resumed by a jump ball be- 
tween any two players at the near free throw cir- 
cle unless in (b) the free throw was the first of 
two awarded attempts. In (c) the ball is awarded 
out-of-bounds at the previous throw-in spot for 
a throw-in. 

(Continued in January ATHLETE) 



Supplementary List of 
Registered Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled November 26) 

If Ihe telephone nu.mber is given for an official, it is 
Ihe home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the hom.e 
phone. 

A.dams Glenn A.. 1330 A Werner Park. Ft. Campbell 42223. 

798-3144, 798-7515 
Aclkms, Leslie H,, 550 Hahfa.K Drive. Lexnigton 40d03, 2.8- 

4979 ''93-3907 
Adkins.' Robert C, Jr.. 2436 Mira Hill, Lexington 40509. 

Akemon,* Rudy. Box 286. Hazard 41701, 436-2813. 436-2141 
Aldridge James R.. 284 University =16, Radcliff 40160. 

351-9689. 351-3181 ^ , ^„^„„ _„_ „,_„ 

Allen Bill 506 Scott Street. Dawson Springs 42408. /9.-24/0 
'Vllen' Hilarv, R.R. 1. Vine Grove 40175. 828-3669 
Asher Ralph, Box 232. Olive Hill 41164. 286-2081, 286-2081 
Atkins. Wavne. 216 N. Broadway. Georgetown 40324. 863- 

0609, 252"-0425 „.,„ 

Audas, David C. Box 2. Dunmor 42339. 6oi-2ol3 
Bair. Dave. 1124 Centurian Drive. Lexington 40d02. Ii-- 

5793. 269-3326 , , . . An-n^ 

Becknell Steve. 2340 Harrodsbiirg Road, Lexington 40o03. 

278-1293, 278-0032 
Heeler. Warren. 213 Hugh Poland Hall, Bowling Green 

42101, 748-2555 
Beglev. Stanlev, Box 14. Gay's Creek 41745. 398-7320 
Bell. Henry B'.. 960 Waverly Drive. Lexington 40505. 255- 

5108, 252-3955 
Bell Russell G., 157 Sunset Drive, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

2436, 564-4836 
Bennett Timothv E., Rt. 5, Box 199. London 40741. 864-2884 
Bennett! Tom. liO W. 3rd Street, Frankfort 40601, 223-0742, 

625-4032 (Richmond) 
Blackford. Robert. 414 Da vf lower Court. Edgewood 41017, 

341-3849, 591-0002 
Blandford Kenneth L.. 3501 Fountain Drive. Louisville 

40218. 459-8052. 361-7181 
Bramble. James, 153 Manitoba Lane, Lexington 40503, 272- 

482S, 278-9355 
Breeden Den Rt 6. Benton 42025, 1:98-3964. 442-7316 
Brock kernos Rt. 1. Box 60, Manchester 40962, 598-3920 
Browi-i John W (Scooni. 975 Waverly Drive, Lexington 

40505, 252-0954, 255-0835 
Brown. Ronnie D.. Route 2. Reynolds Station 42363. 233- 

5439, 927-6921. Ext. 295 
Bryan. Phil. 651 Raven Avenue. Frankfort 40601, 223-840j. 

Brvant," Jimmv W., 4317 Stoltz Court, Louisville 40215, 
' 368-0968, 363-2332 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1973 



Bugg, Terry. Route 3, Harrodsburg 40330. 366-5294. 839-6981 
Buraette. Wally M.. 525 Aubuindale Avenue. Louisville 

40214. 366-5559. 452-4676 
Callahan. S. Gary. 105 Kentuckv Drive. Hopkinsville 42240 

886-2822. 886-2581. Ext. 54 ' 
Cardin. Melvis G.. Rt. 1. Box 277. Sonora 42776. 369-6501 
Carman, aiorris Lee, R. R. 1. Sample 40163, 547-7775. 75C- 

5184 
Carnes, Darwin D.. Straight Creek, Pineville 40939. 337- 

3824 
Cash. Harold Lee. R. R. 1. Ehbank 42567. 423-3368 
Cash. Ted. CPO 274, Berea 40403 
Cathell, Jim. 822 Central Avenue. Ashland 41101. 325-1768, 

325-8511. Ext. 713 
Cherr.^-. Robert L.. Jr.. 1063 Redwood Drive, Lexington 

405C5. 252-8734. 252-3212 
Coffey. Leon. CPO 477. Berea 40403. 986-9798 
Ccffman. Steve. H807 Fielding Wav. Louisville 40216. 448- 

8240. 587-0645 
Conley, Gary D., Rt. 1. Box 6B7. Ashland 41101. 928-6678. 

928-6678 
Conn. Delano. Box 126. Allen 41601. 874-9229 
Corman. Sam, 503 Norlh Central, Nicholasvjlle 40356. 885- 

4940. 272-6683 
Coyle. Edgar P.. Jr.. 409 Edgewood Drive. Nicholasville 

40356 885-6869. 885-4414 
Crisp. Jackie Day. Box 113. Allen 41601, 874-2219 
Crumley, Dennis. 430/-A Donaldson. Fort Knox 40121. 624- 

3675. 624-2349 
Crutcher. Paul. Rt. 1, Vine Grove 40175, 828-2647, 624-8357 
Cundiff, Kerry D,. Woodson Send. Bronston 42518. 561- 

5004. 679-4067 
Curell. Larry A.. Pine Mountain 40864, 558-4720. 553-4361 
Dacpoulos. Jim. 3474 Ipswich Ct.. Lexington 40503. 277- 

8354. 258-2898 
DauEherty. Dennis :M.. 3601 Alexandria Park. Cold Spring 

41076. 731-4452 
Dsvidson. Harlan. Jr.. P. O. Box 52, Hazard 41701, 436-6147, 

436-3711 
Davis. Jackie. CPO 566. Berea 40403. 388-3173 
Delph. Randall. 2000 Confederate Place. Apt. 504, Louisville 

40208. 636-3916 
Dick. James E.. R. R. 4. Albanv 42602. 387-5064. 387-5569 
Dunn. James F.. P. O. Box 562. Richmond 40475. 369-5214 
Eary. Edward B.. Jr.. Rt. 3. Campbellsville 42718, 465-3332. 

465-3911 
Elliott. Carroll L.. 307 College Street, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-4007, 765-6118 
Finley, Howard, Universitv Courts. G-11. Martin Tennes- 
see 38237. 587-9121, 587-7626 
Fish. Leland G.. 537 Folkstone Drive. Lexington 40502 266- 

5037. 252-2312. Ext. 2535 
Flynn. Steve. Rt. 2, Box 344. Somerset 42501. 679-2607 

678-4187 
Friedly. Gary. 101 Montgomerv Avenue. Georgetown 40,324 

863-2843. 233-2000. Ext. 3985 
Gaines. Harvey. 752 So. 43rd Street. Louisville 40211, 773- 

4173. 895-3401. Ext, 323 
Gcntrv, Don B,, Lakeview Manor, Cave City 42127, 773- 

7633, 524-4131 
Gilbert, Larry W.. 418 Iroquois Drive. Bowling Green 

42101. 781-2944 
Golden. Bobbv Joe. Cumberland CoIle?e Station. Williams- 
burg 40769. 848-2512 
Greathouse. Bobby. Rt. 9. Bowling Green 42101. 842-9508 

842-0579 
Greer. Daniel J. I.. P. O. Box 355. Eddvville 42038. 388- 

2303. 362-4636 
Griffith, Dennis. Rt. I. Rheake Drive. Paducah 42001 554- 

4008. 442-6131 
Gutterman. Jim, 602 Bishop Street, Louisville 40204, 584- 

7988 
Hall. Charles E.. 601 Pontia Trial. Danville 40422. 236-8811, 

23S-2604 
Hall. Dovle, Box 602. Lakeshore Drive. Burnside 42519. 

561-4069. 678-8936 
Hamilton. Paul. Rt. 1. Box 436. Pikeville 41501 437-4642 

437-6626 
Harp. Kenneth R.. 3522 Brookview Drive. Lexington 40503, 

272-5148 
Harper. Tom C. Rt. 2. Lancaster Woods, Richmond 40475, 

623-7.554. 622-2236 
Harris. Dennis. Sue Bennett College, London 40741, 256-2080 
Kauenstein, Lynn D.. P. O. Box 75. Kirwan III. Lexington 

40506. 257-l?.=^6. 257-1497 
Hawkins, Rik, Route 8. Elizabethtown 42701, 765-5029 
Hazelwood, Jrhn, Jr.. 5936 Arvis Drive. Louisville 40258. 

448-8805. 367-6111. Ext. 264 
Head. Jack. Jr.. 5409 Yankee Lane. Louisville 40219. 968- 

7547. 895-9408 
Heath, Robert, Box 334. Hardinsburg 40143, 756-2387. 769- 

1678 
Herndon. Danny. Route 4. Murrav 42071, 492-8742 
Hester, Lannv R.. Route 9. Bowling Green 42101. 843-4644. 

842-6511. Ext. 434 
Hi'l Earl F., Rt. 6. Box 141. London 40741. 864-2521. 864-2128 
Hill. Daniel K.. 214 BelleFonte Princess. Ashland 41101, 

325-2238 
Higgins. David. Box 242. Corbin 40701. 528-2119 
Higgins. Larrv. 218 Bishop. Corbin 40701. 528-2119. 528-5797 



Hillard. William. 2030-A Werner Park. Ft. Campbell 42223, 

798-6331. 798-6792 
Hiten. Mark. 407 Avondale Avenue, Georgetown 40324. 

863-2734 
Hommel, Randv, CPO 845, Berea College, Berea 40403, 

986-9953 
Hoed David Glenn, Village Apts. =24, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-4277, 248-3378 
Hopper, Marion W., 303 Deepwood Drive, Elizabethtown 

42701. 769-1598, 942-3510 
Hopperton, Bill, 1st & Main Street, Petersburg 41080, 534- 

5479 
Hoskms, Carl, 9007 Vondine Drive, Louisville 40219, 964- 

8C07 
Howard, Dwight Wayne, 2113 Barron Drive, Owensboro 

42301, 685-1987, 684-4287 
Howard, Steve, Salem 42078. 988-2033. 988-3112 
Huff Ernie. CPO 1036. Berea 40403, 986-4131 (Bus.) 
Hurst. Terrv. 416 Kentuckv Court. Lexington 40502, 266- 

2672. 255-9581 
Hutchens. Jim. 1739 Poors Lane. Owensboro 42301, 685-1300, 

685-3121 
Hyde. Robert. 4."9 Huguelet. Lexington 40506, 257-2389 
Jackson. Ed 2507 W. 9th. Owensboro 42301, 684-4664, 684- 

8881 
Janes. Charles H.. 112 E. Daugherty, Bardstown 40004, 

348-5780. 348-3931 
Johnson. Eugene. 5306 Ridgecrest Road, Louisville 40218, 

968-6505. 366-0373 
Johnson. Harrv B.. 3024 Stanford Drive, Lexington 40503, 

272-4738. 266-0115 
Jolmson, William E.. 44 Place Blanc, Louisville 40203, 582- 

2431, Ext. 211 (Bus.) 
Jchnson. Wm. E.. Box 132. Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-3670. 

498-9175 
Johnson. Willis C-. Rt. 4. Leon Road. Gravson 41143. 474- 

5386 
Jolly. Barry. 21 Tliatcher Court. Alexandria 41001. 635-5696 
Jordan. Jim. Mavsville High School, Mavsville 41056. 564- 

3856 (Bup.l 

Kemplin. Frank. Georgetown College, Georgetown 40324, 

863-7362. 863-7291 
Kerr. Richard L.. Glendale 42740. 854-2666. 769-5537 
King. Rickey. U.S. 119. Jenkins Road, Cromona 41810, 855- 

7185 
Kyner. James L.. 1804 Dalton Court ii8, Lexington 40505, 

299-5632 

Lacer. Wavne. 3003 Palmer Circle. Henderson 42420. 826- 

4541 
Lancaster. Glenn. 1506 Porter Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-4364. 826-7600 
Latkovski. Andv. 1530 Quadrant Avenue, Louisville 40205. 

451-5472. 582-4551 
Lawson. Neil. Route 3, Cave Citv 42127, 773-8198. 773-4004 
Lawson. Sonny. P. O. Box 34, Artemus 40903, 542-4398, 

546-3149 
Leach. Albert. Jr.. 347 Schultz Heights, Middlesboro 40965. 

248-4833. 248-2121 
Lee. Reggie T., R. R. 2. White Plains 42464. 258-5440, 821- 

8804 
Lequire. H. M. (Buckett), Woodland Hills. Harlan 40831. 

573-1857. 573-5151 
Logan. Darrell. CPO 1138. Berea 40403 
Logan. Eli. 416 Hill. Hazard 41701. 436-5018. 436-2151 
Long. Wm. Harold. R. R. 2. Box 8. Burkesville 42717. 433- 

2521 
Lynch. Gregorv. 229 Boiling Springs Drive. Lexington 

4r505. 252-0189. 252-0189 
McCowan. Connell. Rt. 1. Box 253. Corbin 40701, 528-4932 
McEldred. Charles. 307 So. Broadway. Georgetown 40324. 

255-4242 (Bus.) 
McKinney. Adelle. 2770 Lavon Court, Radcliff 40160. 351- 

.5299. 351-0818 
McMain. James A.. 3420 Terrace Drive, Erlanger 41018. 

341-8797. 761-6200 
MacPowell. W. Michael. P. O. Box 82, Crofton 42217. 424- 

5631. 676-3440 (White Plains) 
Madon, Robert Lee. 314 Catalaa Street, Pineville 40977. 

337-2135. 337-2100 
Marango. Kathv R.. 4201 Final Drive. Louisville 40219. 969- 

4190. 774-4441 
Marcmi. Garv. 1736 S. Sunrise, Bowling Green 42101. 843- 

1982, 842-9840 
Mattinglv, Lennie M., 314 Lebanon Hill. Springfield 40069. 

336-7608. ,336-7608 
Mattinglv, Michael L.. 1037 Alexandria, Apt. 7B. Lexing- 
ton 40504. 278-3903 
Meredith. Eric. Route 3. Box 78-B. Elizabethtown 42701, 

8'52-4948 
Meredith, Myrna, Bee Spring 42207, 286-8519 
Midkiff. James L.. 1269 Kentuckv Street. Bowling Green 

42101. 842-0859. 745-4448 
Miller. William J.. 292 Highland Parkwav. Frankfort 40601, 

223-.5357 
Mills. Dwight K.. 563 Oaklawn Drive. Paducah 42001. 554- 

1439. 443-B296 
Moblev. Clarence E.. 707 C. Charlotte Court, Lexington 

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Monhollen. Ben C 6816 Shareith Drive, Louisville 40228, 

2„9-0639. 426-2000, Ext. 265 
Morse Richard K., 163 N. Deepwood Drive, Radcliff 40160, 

351-3748, 624-4646 
Mullinix. Rav, Lvnnview Drive, Albany 42602. 387-6558, 

387-5186 
Napper Stan. 1927 Westview Drive, Owensboro 42301, 684- 

8511, 685-3121 
Newman. B;ll, 2535 Ritcliie Street, Portsmouth, Oltio 45662, 

353-6257, 353-2161 
Newton Dannv Lvnn, P. O. Box 65, Bagdad 40003, ,ii- 

8458, 633-2653 
Owslev, Bob A.. 1106 Market Street, Worthington 41183, 

836-6135 
Padgett, R, K., 112 Richardson Drive, Somerset 42501. 6io- 

Pearce^ Ken F.. Route 1. Danville 40422. 236-6401. 257-2151 
Pogue, Ivan Gordon, Rt. 4. Bowling Green 42101. 842-1156, 

545-4139 
Powers, Elmer. 1017 N. Main. Barbourville 40906, 546-6613, 

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1973-74 Wrestling 
Early Season Questions 

(Continued from Page One) 

foot on the mat between the lower legs of Bl. In 
(b) Al on the left side of Bl places his left knee 
on the mat beside the lower leg of Bl and his right 
foot on the mat behind the feet but beyond the 
right side of Bl. 

huling: The position of Al (a) is illegal due to the 
placement of the right foot. The foot may be be- 
hind Bl but must be outside the line described by 
the feet of Bl. In (b) the position of Al is legal. 
Al must have one knee or foot on the mat to the 
outside to the near leg but not touching the de- 
fensive wrestler. A position described in (b) even 
though Al IS behind Bl is legal. 

8. Situation: In Ihe starting position on the mat 
Bl assumes his position with his knees on the mat 
approximately shoulder width apart and his feet 
together behind him so his lower legs are in an 
angle to the plane of his side. When he is station- 
ary, the referee motions for Al to take his position. 
Ruling: Once the defensive wrestler is stationary 
on the mat in liis starting position, the referee 
shall indicate to the offensive wrestler he is to 
assume his starting position. 

9. Situalion: Following an out-of-bounds, the 
wrestlers return to the center of the mat to as- 
sume their starting positions. Bl is on all fours, 
his hands are in front of the starting line and his 
knees in contact with the rear starting line. Al is 
to the left of Bl and Bl has tucked his lower left 
leg towards his right leg. When the referee signals, 
Al moves to the right side of Bl to take his start- 
ing position. When Al moves to the opposite side, 
Bl adjusts his position so that his right leg is 
tucked under the left leg. The referee cautions Bl 
to remain stationary. 

Ruling: The action by Bl constitutes a false start. 
He is allowed one caution before being penalized. 
If this were tire first offense, the caution was 
proper and wrestling will continue immediately. 
Comment: Once the defensive wrestler lias as- 
sumed his starting position on tlie mat, he may 
not change it. The offensive wrestler is not re- 
quired to take his position until the defensive man 
has assumed his. The referee will indicate to the 
offensive wrestler he sliould assume his position 
when the defensive man is stationary. Any move- 
ment by the defensive man between the ref- 
eree's direction and the signal to resume wrestling 
is a false start. 

10. Situation: Following an out-of-bounds, Al is 
in the advantage position and straggles back to 
the center of the mat where he adjusts his equip- 
ment in an attempt to gain a momentary rest. He 
has not received verbal caution in the starting 
position. Referee declares this act delay of the 
match and awards 1 match point to Bl. 
Rul'.na: The verbal caution prior to penalizing for 
a technical violation applies only to the starting 
position. In this situation, it is a technical viola- 



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tion by Al and there is no verbal caution re- 
quired. 

11. Siluation: In assuming the starting position 
on the mat (a) Bl changes his position just as iil 
is taking his otiensive position; or (b) Al con- 
tinues to adjust equipment after the referee indi- 
cates he should assume his final starting position. 
Ruling: In (a) following a verbal caution and in 
(b), the wrestler using delaying maneuvers will 
be penalized for delay of the match. This is a tech- 
nical violation which is not preceded by a warn- 
ing. 

Commenl: The \'erbal caution by the referee is 
required. This may take several forms. For in- 
stance, when the referee directs the contestants to 
assume their starting positions without delay, it is 
a type of caution. He may indicate to the offend- 
ing wrestler he is expected to assume the starting 
position immediately and remain stationary until 
the signal given to start the match. The verbal 
caution is not intended to be a threat to the 
wrestlers but simply a reminder that they have 
an ololigation to assume their starting positions 
without delay and be ready to wrestle on the 
whistle. 

12. Situation: From the starting position on the 
mat, Bl quickly stands up and: (a) strips the 
hands of Al then turns to face Al; or (b) starts 
toward the edge of the mat, strips the hands of Al 
and is more than an arm's length away with his 
back towards Al as Bl goes off the mat; or (c) 
moves toward the edge of the mat and strips the 
hands of Al just as Bl crosses the boundary line. 
Ruling: In (a) Bl has escaped and will be award- 
ed one point. In b) it may be possible for Bl to 
gain an escape in this situation provided Al does 
not follow up and try to maintain his advantage. 
If in the referee's opinion, Bl uses the boundary 
in order to stop wrestling after he stripped the 
hands of Al, there would be no change. In (c) 
there has been no escape and wrestling will be 
resumed with the contestants in the same position 
following the out-of-bounds. 

Comment: In the definition for an escape, there 
is no requirement that the defensive man face his 
opponent following his successful attempt to break 
free, even though this is used as a guideline. Of- 
ficials must use careful judgment in determining 
when the offensive man loses control of his op- 
ponent. In the vast majority of cases, the defens- 
ive man will immediately turn to face his oppon- 
ent when gaining an escape. 

13. Situation: At the end of a tournament 
match, the score is 7-6 and Al is declared the win- 
ner. While reviewing the score card with Bl in the 
locker room, the coach of B notices that only 2 
points were awarded for a near-fall earned by Bl 
in the 2nd period when there should have been 3 
points awarded. This fact is acknowledged by the 
referee. The change in points would result in a 
draw. 

Ruling: Because the wrestlers had left the mat 
area, no correction may be made. 

14. Situation: Following the 126 lb. match in a 
dual meet, the indicated score is 6-5 in favor of 
Al. The coach of B contends there was an error 
in awarding penalty points for an illegal hold in 
the 3rd period which was the 3rd penalty. He di- 
rects Bl to remain on the mat while he discusses 
this with the referee. The error is verified. 
Ruling: This is proper procedure if an error may 
have been made. In this instance, the awarding of 
an additional point to Bl caused the match to end 
in a draw. During a dual meet, the error must be 
corrected prior to the start of the next match. 



Comment: These two situations are intended to 
illustrate the ciiange which limits the time inter- 
val following a match when an error may be cor- 
rected. Because errors happen only infrequently, 
the rules committee believes the correction should 
be made as soon as possible following an error so 
the final results of the match may be immediately 
known. The time limits are varied depending upon 
whether it occurs during dual meet or tournament. 
In dual meets the next match may be delayed un- 
til an error has been resolved. However, if an er- 
ror were to occur during a tournament match, and 
the interval for correction were limited to the be- 
ginning of the next match it v/ould be impractical 
because matches are being conducted on more 
than one mat. Once the next match starts in dual 
meets, or once the questioning wrestler has left 
the mat area during the tournament, the possibil- 
ity of correcting the error or team score has 
passed. 

15. Situation: From a neutral position Al exe- 
cutes a duck-under and moves to a controlled 
standing position behind Bl. In an effort to take 
Bl to the mat, Al grasps one leg of Bl so that Bl 
is supporting his weight on his hands and one leg 
as both contestants go out-of-bounds. The referee 
indicates a neutral position, Al, believing he had 
secured a takedown, indicates his displeasure at 
the call. 

Ruling: This is a technical violation for miscon- 
duct by Al. The referee will penalize without 
warning by awarding Bl one point. 

16. Situation: During the final championship 
match in the 167 pound class during an invita- 
tional tournament, Al strikes Bl. The referee stops 
the match, disqualifies Al and awards the match 
to Bl. 

Ruling: The championship will be awarded to Bl 
and one point will be deducted from A's team 
score. There will be no second place winner in the 
167 pound class because Al was disqualified. 
However, team A will be awarded all the ad- 
vancement and fall points earned by Al up to the 
time of liis disqualification. 

17. Situation: During a dual meet: (a) Bl 
wresthng in the 138 pound class, baits Al and 
when he retaliates near the boundary then shoves 
A! off the mat; or (b) teammate B2 continuously 
berates the official's decision. 

Ruling: In (a) Bl will be penalized for abusive 
conduct by the deduction of one team point. In 
the action by B2 in (b) is penalized by the deduc- 
tion of one team point on the first offense and if 
he were to continue this type of action, B2 would 
be removed from the premises on a second 
offense. 

Comment: The foregoing three situations were 
designed to illustrate the progression of penalties 
from minor acts of misconduct to flagrant un- 
sportsmanlike conduct. The advisory and rules 
committees are firm in their belief that specific 
action is necessary in order to eliminate all types 
of unsportsmanlike conduct from interscholastic 
wrestling. During the match it is possible for a 
wrestler to be penalized for more than one type of 
undesirable conduct depending upon the severity. 
The revision requires unacceptable conduct be 
penalized without warning. 

18. Situation: With the wrestlers starting from 
a neutral position, Al is successful in grasping one 
leg of Bl who counters using a whizzer. The ref- 
eree extends both arms sidewards moving his 
hands with the palms down to indicate no ad- 
vantage. 

Ruling: This is the correct signal by the referee. 
This signal was inadvertently omitted from the 
signal chart. 







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K. Smith, M. Locke, B. Whitmore, G. Paulsen, K. Woehler, R. Williams, P. Yates, Second Row: 
M. Bell, R. Bryant, J. Petty, D. Anderson, J. Gray, J. Hyde, T. Jo.nes, J. Talley, M. Long, M. 
Stewart, S. Stroder, M. Johnson, A. Chumbler, R. Brantner, T. Young, R, Rushing, E. Smith, D. 
Nickell, M. Beshears, T. Thompson, K. Byars, R. Bohle. Third Row: Coach Haley, Coach Cox, 
Coach Krouse, Coach Ragland, Coach Brown, Coach Green, P. Bennett, B. Hebel, W. Noss, D. 
Wade, J. Stone, J. McVoy, T. Teague, J. Wilson, A. Dodd, R. George, J. McBride, D. Painter, 
G. Powell, L. Powell, L. Elmore, J. Crawford, P. A,ndrews, B. Cronin, K. Paschall, B. Sanders. 
T. Kelley, P. OBrian, K, Dodson, B. Martin. Fourth Row: J. Greer, B. Blackmon, R. Burris, K. 
Chatellier, M. Whitehead, S. Keller, C. Whitehead, M. Barren. J. Brooks, A. Greer. J. McWaters. 
E. McFarland. R. Treece. C. Young, J. Smith, F. Wurth. R. Trimble. Coach Winn. Coach Harper. 
Coach Ward. Coach Thommason. Coach Eversole. 




Paducah Tilghman 53 — Male 
Paducah Tilghman 21 — Owensboro 6 
Paducah Tilghman 42 — Frankli,n Simpson 
Paducah Tilghman 41 — Hopkinsville 3 
Paducah Tilghman 34 -Caldwell County 7 



Paducah Tilghman 33 — Bowling Green 
Paducah Tilghman 27 — Murray 
Paducah Tilghman 33 — Madisonville 14 
Paducah Tilghman 69 — Shawnee 12 
Paducah Tilghman 53 — Mayfield 




Playoffs 
Paducah Tilghma;i 2 — Madisonville 
Paducah Tilghman 28 — Meade County 
Paducah Tilghman 27 — Boyd County 8 




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G. Riife, J. Nichols, M. Delvizis. R. Ingles, J. Ru^yon. Second Row: P. Williams, J. Hall, B. Chaney, M. McCann, R. 
Chaney, T. Keelin, J. Fraley, R. Cook, T. Grimm, J. Dyer. G. Holbrook, B. Burton, B. Rice. Third Row: Mgr. B. Full- 
er. R. Caines, B. Stringer. E. Morman, R. Roberts, D. Kazee, P. Poller. D. Nichols, N. Rowe. J. Bolt, G. Hor,ne, F. Jus- 
lice. D. Chaney, M. Meenach, Mgr. G. Coleman. 



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scn. G. Grimes, B. Clay. B. Cummins, A. I,ngram. T. Bond. V. Carter. L. Brashear, D. Jones. Second Row: G. Jackson, 
T. Bryant. N. Travis. D. Mason, E. Lindsay, C. Taylor, F. McGuire. A. Lewis. M. Hudson, T. Mack, L. Howard, J. Hiles, 
W. Spurlock. Third Row; C. Talum, R. Burbage, J. Smith, J. Murray, T. Fraebel. R. Johnson, S. Sosbe, A. Brooks, 
M. Bullock. C. Pinkston, D. Miller. J. Jackson. R. Perkins. Fourth Row: M. Clayborne. C. Davis. G. Livingston, W. 
Yates. D. Talbert, J. Ryan. O. Smith, M. Wooley, J. Williams, K. Frederick. J. Monthie, P. Proctor. Fifth Row: W. 
Beard. P. Floyd. D. Lewis, J. Croley, P. McKee, W. Howard, D. Writl. K. Buckley. B. Marshall, J. Tuck, G. Dicker- 
son. C. Mahorney. J. Foran. Sixth Row: K. Thompson, J. Sewell. T. McCray. R. Sumners, M. Kearns, G. Benlley, D. 
Kouacs, J. Poff, C. Lilly, P. Canter, E. Coles, T. Boiling. 



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shec. A. Cole. M. Cannady, T. Carrico, J. Allen. T. Phillips. Ass't Coach P. Haywood. Third Row: Ass't Coach, J. 
Glass. Ass't Coach, J. Proctor. L. Knott, K. Jones, H. Allen. T. Gossetl. M. Straney. B. Rhoades. K. Cross. C. Cross, 
C. Matthews. C. Newby, Ass't Coach G. Sutton. Fourth Row: D. Pace. C. Spry, T. Garretson, S. Biddle, R. Winn, D. 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
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VOL. XXXVI 



JANUARY, 1974 



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Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association building. Lexing- 
ton, on Friday afternoon, December 21. 1973. The 
meeting was called to order by President Frank 
Simpson at 1 :30 P.M.. with Board members J. C. 
Cantrell, J. Thomas Creamer. Howard R. Critten- 
den. Andrew J. Fultz. Arthur R. Hawkins, Louie 
Martin. W. P. Wheeler. James R. Williams, and 
Roy Winchester; Commissioner J. B. Mansfield 
and Assistant Commissioners Tom Mills, Louis 
Stout and Billy Wise. Mr. Wilbur Smith lepresent- 
ed the State Department of Education. The invo- 
cation was given by J. C. Cantrell. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by Jim Wil- 
liams, that the reading of the minutes of the Oc- 
tober meeting be waived since the members of 
the Board had received copies of these minutes. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mansfield presented the follow- 
ing eligibility cases for Board consideration: 

1. Mike Newsome and Larry Daugherty, 
students at McDowell High School who are ineli- 
gible under By-Law 6. Section 1. Transfer of First 
Team Competitor. Based on information presented 
by the principals of both schools involved. Louie 
Martin moved, seconded by J. C. Cantrell, that the 
eligibility of both students be restored. All mem- 
bers voted aye. 

2. Barry Wayne Leach, a student at Ohio 
County High School, is ineligible under By-Law 
.5, Section 4. Preceding Semester Enrollment. 
Based upon information received from Prin. Shel- 
by C. Forsythe, Jr. and a statement from the at- 
tending physician. W. P. Wheeler moved, second- 
ed by Howard Crittenden, that the eligibility of 
this student be restored. All members voted aye. 

3. William Jeffrey Wesley, a student at Casey 
County High School, "is ineligible under By-Law 
6. Section 1. Transfer of First Team Competitor. 
After hearing the facts in this case, the Board did 
not take action to restore the eligibility of this 
student. 

4. Danny Kilburn. a student at Dike Combs 
Memorial High School, will be ineligible after 
the current semester because of By-Law 5. Section 
1, Maximum Number of Semesters. The Board de- 
clined to take any action in the case. 

5. Vincent Allgeier, a student at Durrett 
High School, is ineligible under By-Law 6. Section 
1. Transfer of First Team Competitor. Following 
a discussion of information presented, the Board 
failed to take action to restore this student's eli- 
gibility. 

6. Paul Smith, a student at Hazard High 
School, in ineligible for a period of thirty-six 
school weeks under By-Law 6, Section 1. The 
Board confirmed action of the previous meeting 
by refusing to take action to restore this student's 
eligibility. 

Assistant Commissioner Tom Mills reported 
that due to the inclement weather, the 1973 Foot- 



ball Championship Playoffs were not as successful 
as they had been in the past. Total receipts of the 
final games were $30,081.80 with approximately 
$9,100.00 in expenses. The expenses did not include 
the Board grant for incidental expenses. 

There was a discussion concerning the amount 
of money for incidental expenses which should be 
allotted to each of the six finalists in the football 
playoffs. Arthur Hawkins moved, seconded by 
Howard Crittenden, that each finalist in the foot- 
ball playoffs be awarded a grant of $500.00 for in- 
cidental expenses. This is in accordance with Item 
IV. Section C, of the Rules and Regulations Gov- 
erning Football Championship. The motion car- 
ried unanimously. 

Committee Chairman Jack Fultz reported on 
the meeting of his committee to study the possible 
changes in the football alignment for the 1974-75 
school year. He stated that after much thought and 
consideration, it was the recommendation of the 
Committee that no changes be made for the 1974- 
75 school year, but that further study be given 
to possible changes for the two year period fol- 
lowing the 1974 season. The classifications are set 
up each time for a two year period and the Com- 
mittee declined to make changes in the middle of 
the period. Other members of this Committee are 
Board members Louie Martin. Jim Williams and 
Tom Creamer. 

Tom Mills then reported that the second State 
Tournament in Soccer was held in Louisville dur- 
ing the week of November 5 with sixteen teams 
participating. The tournament was won by St. 
Xavier for the second year m a row. Total receipts 
from the tournament were $1,602.84. with expenses 
totaling $1,047.00. Mr. Mills stated that it may be 
necessary to set up regional tournaments in the 
very near future if interest in Soccer continues 
to increase at the present rate. 

The next item of business was setting the fee 
for basketball tournament officials. Commissioner 
Mansfield recommended the following: $30.00 for 
District officials, $35.00 for Regional officials and 
$40.00 for State Tournament officials. In addition 
to this, officials would be paid 10c per mile for 
travel expenses and $10.00 should they be required 
to stay overnight. J. C. Cantrell moved, seconded 
by Louie Martin, that the recommendation of the 
Commissioner be approved. The motion was car- 
ried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mansfield then discussed sev- 
eral items concerning the 1974 State Basketball 
Tournament with the Board. He explained that 
the rental fee on Freedom Hall will be $14,000.00, 
that WAVE-TV will probably telecast the last two 
sessions as in the past, and that the teams and 
cheerleaders will be assigned to stay at various 
motels in the Louisville area. 

The Commissioner read a letter from the Prin- 
cipal of Campbellsville High School, Mr. R. Brooks 
Bates, requesting that Campbellsville be assigned 
to another district in football for 1974. The Board 

(Continued on Page Fourteen) 



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JANUARY, 1974 



VOL. XXXVI— No. 6 



Published monlhly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr,. P. O, Box 7502. 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Edllor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

AssUtant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kenlucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-1976), Louisville 

Vice-President W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro 

DUeclori J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 

J. Thomas Creamer (1973-1975), Maysville; Howard R. 
Crittenden (1S73-1977), Murray; Andrew J. Fultz (1972- 
1976), Olive Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. 
Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; James R. Wil- 
liams (1973 1977). Somerset; Roy L. Winchester (1970- 
1974). Bethlehem. 



t^o/n /fie (&«• 



^ommtiMo/ie/' J 



ure 



REPORTS PAST DUE 

School's Report on Football Officials 
Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



Approved and Certified Officials 

A large number of K.H.S.A.A. registered of- 
ficials qualified for the advanced rating of Ap- 
proved and Certified as a result of the National 
Federation basketball examination which was giv- 
en in Kentucky on December 3, 1973. Only offic- 
ials receiving these higlier ratings are eligible to 
work in the district and regional tournaments. 
Only Certified officials are eligible to work in the 
State Tournament. 

Basketball officials who qualified for ad- 
vanced ratings during the current season are as 
follows: 

CERTIFIED OFFICIALS 



Ackermann, Joe 
Adams, James C. 
Agee, Danny B. 
Allen, Nelson R. 
Allgood, Russell L. 
Anders, Raleigh 
Banks, Buddy 
Bell. Clarence T. 
Bell, Gary M. 
Bell, Robert J. 
Bell, Ronald 
Bertsch, Ron 
Beshears, Jim 
Biter, Charles D. 
Black, Willis L. 
Blackwood, Thomas W. 
Blevins. Boone 
Boyies. Paul 
Bramble, James 
Brashear, Loy Roy 
Brause. Allan R. 
Briggs, Bruce E. 
Brock, Alben 
Brock, John H. 
Brockman, Gerald K. 
Brown, Billy C. 
Brown, E. C. 
Brown, John W. "Scoop'' 
Brown, Lyman D. 
Browning, Earl 
Browning. 'Wayne 



Bruner, Jack S. 
Burch, Bill 
Burgess, Jack 
Butcher, Douglas 
Butcher, Granville "Bo" 
Butner, Billy M. 
Caldwell, James 
Carlberg, John H. 
Carr, LaiTy 
Cash, Charles 
Clater, James F, 
Cleavenger, Ed 
Cobb, Mike 
Cochran, Ray D. 
Colley, Lynn V^ . 
Collier, Burnard 
Collins, Hubert 
Congleton. S. Jay 
Cooksey, Marvin 
Cooper, 'Warren 
Copley, Sidney M. 
Cox. Ken 
Cox, Rufus A. 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Dame, L. J. 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Davis, Tom 
Day, Bill E. 
Day, Roy E. 
Dennedy, Bob 



DeVary, Bill 
Dillihay, Ralph E, 
Dixon, Ronald R, 
Doljson, Kenneth 
Drake, Richard 
Driskell, Earl, Jr. 
Duerson, 'Wm. R. 
Duff, Earl 
Durbin, Hade, Jr. 
Durbm, Roy 
Duvall, Thomas J., Sr. 
Dyke, Orville D. 
Elliott, Carroll L. 
Farley, Jimmy 
Farris, Joe 
Faulk, Terry 
Feger, George 
Fields, Rufus, Jr. 
Finley, Albert 
Fish, Leland G. 
Flynn, Bobby 
Freppon, Tom 
Fritz, Sherman 
Fuller, John R., Jr. 
Gaines, Harvey 
Gaither, Gene 
Gatterdam, Ed 
Gentry, Dale 
GettleV, John F. 
Gibson, Fred 'W. 
Glenn, David A. 
Goins, Edgar S. 
Golden, Billy Joe 
Goley, James E, 
Goode, Earl A. 
Goodman, Jack 
Gorrell, Howard 
Green, Donald 
Greer, Phil 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hackett, "Wilbur L., Sr 
Hall, 'William W. 
Hamm, Gerald A. 
Hammons, 'Wendell L. 
Hardin, Don G. 
Harned, Victor 
Harper, Randall H. 
Harper. Robie 
Harris, Billy 
Harrison, John L. 
Hawkins, Donald 
Hayden, John O, 
Hayes, James V. 
Hill, Earl F, 
Hill, James P. 
Hines, Bob 
Hinton. Henry E., Jr. 
Holt, Robert E. 
Holt, Terrell "W. 
Hook, Don 
Horsman. Bill 
Howard, James 
Hubbs, Cletus L., Jr. 
Hummel, Tliomas 
Hunt, Leonard D. 
Hurley, Robert 
Hutchens, Jim 
Hyre, Michael P., Jr. 
Jackson, Edward 
Jenkins, Jerry 
Jent, Richard 
Johnson, David A. 
Johnson, Harry B. 
Johnson, James M. 

(Continued 



Johnson, 'Walter 
Jones, Frank 
Jordan, Art 
Kelley, Larry 
King, Jim 
King, Raymond H. 
Kirk, Charles 
Klump, 'William Roger 
Knauer, Glen M. 
Knight, Bill 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Lane, Leon 
Latkovski, Anastasius 
Laubheimer, Donald 
Lawson, Rondell 
Leber, Jerry L. 
Lehkamp, Ken 
Lequire, H. M. 
Lile, Clyde F. 
Lillie, 'Wes 
Linette, James M. 
Littlepage, Pryce B. 
Long, Robert F. 
Lusby, George H. 
McCarley, John "W. 
McConnell, Michael J. 
McCoy, Hayse 
McClure, "Willis B. 
McGehee, G, K, 
McGinty, L. V., Jr. 
McKenzie, Dwight E. 
McKinney, Adelle F. 
McLane, Albert I. 
McLeod, Robert 
McMenama, John H. 
McMillin, Larry L. 
McPike, Ray S., Jr, 
Madden, McElroy 
Madon, Robert L. 
Maines, George 
Martin, Harold E. 
Mathis, Mike 
May, Larry 
Meadows, Marvin 
Melear, Leland 
Meredith, Denny 
Meredith, 'Wilmoth 
Meyer, Raymond F, 
Middleton, Johnny 
Milbern, Daniel L. 
Miller, Bob 
Miller, Harold P. 
Mills, Dwight K. 
Montgomery, Chester 
Moore, Marvin 
Moore, Robert 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richard K, 
Moser, Rudy C. 
Murphy, Michael P. 
Murrell, Allen L. 
Murt, Gene T. 
Nelson, Clarence R. 
Omer, Harold G. 
O'Nan, Norman 
Overbey, Jerry 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Bruce Van 
Pace, Donald 
Padgett, R. K. 
Pardue, Israel L. 
Peeler, Charles A. 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Pence, 'Wm, Jerry 
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Page Three 



1973-74 MEMBERSHIP IN THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

REGION 1 



School 
D. 1 



D. 2 



D. 3 



D. 4 



Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 

Ballard Memorial 

Heath 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilghman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 

Cuba 

Fanc>' Farm 

Farraington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Benton 

Calloway County 

Murray 

North Marshall 

South Marshall 



D. 5 Caldwell County 

Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 

D. 6 Henderson 

Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 

D. 7 Dawson Sptings 

Earlington 
Mad isonvi lie- 
North Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 

D. 8 Christian County 

Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Todd County Central 



D. 9 



D. 10 



D. 11 



Apollo 

Daviess County 

McLean County 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 

Trinity 

Bremen 

Central City 

Drakes boro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes-Kirk 

Muhlenberg Central 

Breckinridge County 

Fordsville 

Frederick Fraize 

Hancock County 

Ohio County 

St. Romuald 



Address 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
Barlow 42024 
W. Paducah 42086 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Mayfield 42066 
Fancy Farm 42039 
Farmington 42040 
Lowes 42061 
Mayfield 42066 
Sedalia 42079 
Symsonia 42082 
Wmgo 42088 
Benton 42025 
Murray 42071 
Murray 42071 
Calvert City 42029 
Benton 42025 



Tel. No. Principal 

628-5411 Burley R. Mathis 

472-1741 Bobby Snider 

236-3168 Bob McCord 

653-5461 James H. Phillips 

665-5151 Chester Anderson, Jr. 

488-3126 Joseph K. Estes 

554-1820 Bernie Behrendt 

443-6296 Joe Dallas 

898-2441 Ben Sydboten 

442-1681 Sr. Mary L. Knopf 

382-2336 W. ^X'. Chumbler 

623-4349 Donald Jones 

345-2171 C W. Jones 

674-5622 Charles Hamlin 

247-4461 Ralph Colby 

328-8256 Jimmy Wiggins 

851-3231 Cecil Reid 

376-2236 James A. Baker 

527-9091 Bobby G. Miller 

753-5479 Howard Crittenden 

753-5202 Ell Alexander 

395-7108 Gerald S. Jones 

527-2891 William A. Cothran 



REGION 2 

Princeton 42445 365-3531 

Marion 42064 965-2248 

Burna 42028 988-3263 

Eddyville 42038 388-2296 

Cadiz 42211 522-6072 

Henderson 42420 826-9568 

Henderson 42420 827-2506 

Providence 42450 667-2411 

Moreanfield 42437 389-1454 

Dixon 42409 639-2661 

Dawson Springs 4240S 797-2017 

Earlington 42410 383-5511 

MadisonviUe 42431 821-8503 

Nortonville 42442 676-3443 

Nebo 42441 249-3151 

Hopkinsville 42240 886-4464 

Fort Campbell 42223 798-2540 

Hopkinsville 42240 886-3384 

Elkton 42220 265-2506 



REGION 3 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Calhoun 42327 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
WhitesviUe 42378 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Fordsville 42343 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hartford 42347 
Hardinsburg 40143 



685-3121 
684-5285 
273-5278 
684-7221 
684-3215 
233-5533 
525-3411 
754-2272 
476-8775 
338-1317 
338-4650 
476-2204 
338-2871 
756-2149 
276-3601 
788-3388 
927-6712 
274-3366 
756-5504 



Charles T. Elder 
A. Y. Hodge, Jr. 
Kenneth T. Hardin 
Buddy L. Nichols 
Arnold S. Oaken 
William H. Womack 
N. D. Barra 
Thomas W. Johnson 
Richard Vincent 
Hugh E. Sellers 
Paul Stevens 
Lige Shadowen 

Floyd Brown 
Scotty Parsons. Sr. 
A. O Richards 
Neal R. Tucker 
Bill R. Perry 

Andrew Renick 



Frank A. List 
W. P. Wheeler 
William D. Snodgrass 
Bill VanWinkle 
Rev. Gerald Calhoun 
James A. Hurm 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jack L. Day 
"Willard Wilcutt 
James L. Stewart 
J. Ernest Atkins 
Charles Eades 
Perry F. Hill 
Larry Chelf 
Bruce Stewart 
Eugene Pardue 
Clifton Banks 
Shelby C. Forsythe 
Sr. Regina 



Coach 

Tom Buchanan 
Gwinn Wood 
Jim Whitby 
Dale Ray 
Ron McAlister 
Frank Wright 
Albert Norris 
Berny Miller 

Dennis Gourley 
Eddie Armstrong 
Kenny Hamlet 
Joe Mikez 
James E. Long 
Bob Sparks 
Ken Wray 
Don Caldwell 
Wayne Wadlington 
Edd Jones 
Jerry Conley 
Bobby Toon 
Jim Peck 
Charlie Lampley 



Craynor Slone 
Roy McKamey 
Don Ringstaff 
James Ringstaft 
Jim Wallace 
Marshall Mason 
lohn Eblen 
Phil Back 
Ernon Simpson 
Harlan Peden 
Norman Manasco 
Donald Gamblin 

Don Parson 
Lanny Woodward 
Gary Morgan 
Robert Hoggard 
Roy MedltKk 
Carl Yahnig 
Charles Hayslip 



Wayne Chapman 
Randy Embry 
Edgar Watson 
Robert Watson 
Bruce Embry 
Bryce Roberts 
Mike Fawcett 
Bill Loney 
Robie Harper 
David Holland 
W. R. Burres 
Tames Milam 
Wendell Brown 
Tommy Davis 
Patrick Jenkins 
Ed Belcher 
Denzel Mefford 
Cecil Goff 
Scott Willoughby 



Page Four 


THE KENTUCKY 


HIGH SC 


:H00L ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1974 


School 




Address 


Tel. No. 


Principal 


Coach 


D. 


12 


Butler County 


Morgantown 12261 


526-3753 


Darrel C Hampton 








Gineyville 


Caneyville 42721 


879-4211 


James R. Woosley 


William Lee 






Clarkson 


Clarkson 42726 


242-3061 


Calvin Fulkerson 


Bowman Davenport 






Edmonson County 


Brownsville 42210 


597-2182 


Johnny Vincent 


Dave Denton 






Lc-itchfield 


Leitchfield 42754 


259-4175 


John Hill Taylor 


Don Lee 








REGION 4 






D. 


13 


AJairville 


Adairville 42202 


539-7711 


Jesse L. Richards 


Bill Davis 






Auburn 


Auburn 42206 


542-4181 


Howard Gorrell 


Gerald Sinclair 






Chandler's Chapel 


Auburn 42206 


542-4139 


Morris Shelton 


James R. Thompson 






Lewisburg 


Lewisburg 42256 


755-6191 


Billy E. McKinney 


Bob Birdwhistell 






Olmsread 


Olmsread 42265 


734-4621 


John W. McCarley 


Gary Shelton 






Russellville 


Russellville 42276 


726-6434 


Don M. Turner 


Mickey Meguiar 


D. 


14 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green 42101 


842-1674 


Denval Barriger 


Don Webb 






Franklin-Simpson 


Franklin 42134 


586-3273 


Ken Metcalf 


Frank Cardwell 






Warren Central 


Bowling Green 42101 


842-7302 


Henry E. Resch 


Grover Canty 






Warren East 


Bowling Green 42101 


781-1277 


Joe Watkins 


Dallas Embry 


D. 


15 


Allen County 


Scottsville 42164 


622-4119 


Bennie Keen 


Robbie Cline 






Barren Counts- 


Glasgow 42141 


651-6315 


James C. Coomer 


Randy Swann 






Glasgow 


Glasgow 42141 


651-8801 


C;harles Honeycutt 


Lowell Hammers 






Hiseville 


Hiseville 42152 


453-2611 


Frank P. Newberry 


Bob Sturgeon 






Park City 


Park City 42160 


749-5665 


Darrel 1 Florence 


Sonny Oliphant 






Scottsville 


Scottsville 42164 


237-3751 


Kenneth Nuckols 


Lyle Dunbar 


D. 


16 


Clinton County 


Albany 42602 


387-5569 


Perry C. Hay 


Jim DeForest 






Cumberland County 


Burkesville 42717 


864-3451 


David R. Sharp 


Terry Davis 






Gamaliel 


Gamaliel 42140 


457-2341 


James Graves 


Billy Murphy 






Metcalfe County 


Edmonton 42129 


432-2481 


Phillip Cassady 


Russell Van Zant 






Tompkinsville 


Tompkinsville 42167 


487-6217 


Randall Grider 


Tony Gumm 








REGION 5 






D. 


17 


East Hardin 


Glendale 42740 


854-4211 


Damon Ray 


Don Morris 






Elizabe thrown 


Elizabethtown 42:^01 


769-3381 


Lowell T. Yankey 


Ray Vencill 






Fort Knox 


Fort Knox 40121 


624-6647 


Robert B. Burrow 


Joe Smith 






Meade County 


Brandenburg 40108 


422-3214 


Jimmy A. Elmore 


David Jenkins 






North Hardin 


Radcliff 40160 


351-3167 


Ray Stor>' 


Wally Johnson 






West Hardin 


Stephcnsburg 42781 


862-3003 


Dane Hicks 


Pat TuUy 


D. 


18 


Caverna 


Horse Cave 42749 


773-7951 


Roy D. Withrow 


Forrest Wise 






Green County 


Greensburg 42743 


932-5321 


Forest Kelly 


Carl Deaton 






Hart County 


Munfordsville 42763 


524-9341 


Lorenza D. Davis 


Johnny Russell 






LaRue County 


Hodgenville 42748 


358-3102 


Cortland Cox 


Larry Pursiful 


D. 


19 


Bardstown 


Bardstown 40004 


348-5913 


Jude Talbott 


Garnis Martin 






Bethlehem 


Bardstown 40004 


348-8594 


Albert T. Johnson 


J. Bruce Blair 






Nelson County 


Bardstown 40004 


348-9046 


T. G. Florence 


Ernest Ruby 






Washington County 


Springfield 40069 


336-3718 


Jack H. Waff 




D. 


20 


Adair County 


Columbia 42728 


384-2751 


Al Sullivan 


George Critz 






Campbellsville 


Campbellsville 42718 


465-8774 


R. Brooks Bates 


Jerry Parker 






Marion County 


Lebanon 40033 


692-6066 


W. Virgil Chambers 


Bobby Hiles 






Taylor County 


Campbellsville 42718 


465-4431 


Edward L. Cox 


Fred Waddle 








REGION 6 






D. 


21 


Central 


Louisville 40202 


584-6193 


Joseph McPherson 


Robert Graves 






Flaget 


Louisville 40211 


778-5527 


Bro. Kirby Boone 


Dave Hammer 






Portland Christian 


Louisville 40212 


778-6114 


Earl Mullins, Sr. 


Eugene Schreiner 






Shawnee 


Louisville 40212 


774-2353 


John R. Whiting 


James Gordon 


D. 


22 


Bishop David 


Louisville 40216 


447-4363 


John J. Moll, Sr. 


Dan King 






Butler 


Louisville 40216 


448-4620 


H. L. Hatfield 


Lonnie Willoughby 






Pleasure Ridge Park 


Pleas. Ridge Pk. 40258 935-5464 


Claude Purvis 


Gary Schaffer 






Western 


Shively 40216 


447-3221 


John D. Brown 


Carl McMichael 


D. 


23 


Beth Haven Christian 


Louisville 40272 


937-3516 


Rosemary Hatcher 


Joe Bailey 






Doss 


Louisville 40214 


935-2948 


J. S. Pittenger 


Sam Hosbach 






Fairdale 


Fairdale 40118 


366-1468 


Charles R. Summers 


Forest Able 






Smart 


Valley Station 40272 


935-3155 


Denzil J. Ramsey 


Henry Howard 






Valley 


Valley Station 40272 


937-2300 


Walter J. Pickett 


Glenn Collie 


D. 


24 


DeSales 


Louisville 40214 


368-6519 


Rev. Thomas M. Batsis 


Lucian Raque 






Iroquois 


Louisville 40214 


366-0373 


Edwin K. Binford 


Alvin Pfeffer 






Southern 


Louisville 40219 


939-1331 


Irvin Brooks 


Joe Burks 






TTiomas Jefferson 


Louisville 40219 


969-3272 


W. D. Bruce 


Maurice Payne 



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Page Five 



School 
D. 25 



D. 26 



D. 27 



D. 28 



Ahrens Voc. Tech. 
duPont Manual 
Kentucky Schcwl for 

the Blind 
Male 

St. Xavier 
Atherton 

Ky. Country Day 
Seneca 
Trinity 
Durrett 
Fern Creek 
Jetfersontown 
Marion C. Moore 
Ballard 
Eastern 
Waggener 
Westport 



REGION 7 

Address Tel. No. 

Louisville 40202 583-1641 

Louisville 40208 636-1441 

Louisville 40206 897-1583 

Louisville 40203 582-2613 

Louisville 40217 636-2525 

Louisville 40205 459-3610 

Louisville 40207 895-3452 

Louisville 40220 451-4330 

Louisville 40207 895-9427 

Louisville 40213 368-5831 

Louisville 40291 239-3267 

leffersontown 40299 267-7486 

Louisville 40228 964-3376 

Louisville 40222 425-5076 

Middletown 40243 245-4161 

Louisville 40207 895-0567 

Louisville 40222 425-2541 



Principal 

Byron H. Bell 
George E. Sauer 

Will D. Evans 
James Smith 
Bro. Conrad Callahan 
Dawson Orman 
John Gernert 
Luther McDowell 
Rev. Thomas Duerr 
Johnnie P. Lee 
John V. Reschar, Sr. 
Howard K. Hardin 
W. T. Klapheke 
Patrick L. Crawford 
George E. Morrison 
Arthur K. Draut 
James O. Gatewood 



Coach 

Dennis Doutaz 



Wade Houston 
Martin Donlon 
Estill Gtiffis 
Harold Owen 
Tony Carman 
Joseph Thompson 
Adrian B. Cooksey 
Harry S. Hardin 
lack Haurv 
Gene Carroll 
Richard Schmidt 
Bill Kercher 
John Reuther 
Ray Noe 



D. 29 



D. 30 



D. 31 



D. 32 



Anderson County 
Bullitt Central 
Taylorsville 
Western 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby Counr\' 
Shelbyville 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County' 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Georgetown 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



REGION 8 

Uwrenceburg 40342 839-3431 

Shepherdsville 40165 543-7021 

Taylorsville 400" 1 477-2230 

Sinai 403"5 839-3608 

Eminence 40019 845-4071 

New Castle 40050 346-8421 

Shelbyville 40065 633-2344 

Shelbyville 40065 633-4869 

Carrollton 41008 "32-6185 

Warsaw 41095 567-5041 

LaGranw 400il 222-9461 

Bedford 40006 255-3268 

Geort'etown 40324 863-3805 

Dr^' Ridge 41035 824-4433 

Owenton 40359 484-5509 

Georgetown 40324 863-2640 

Williamstown 41097 824-4421 



Stanley Goldsmith 
George E. Valentine 
Thomas L. Willis 
Robert B. Turner 
Wayne Meador 
Ronald E. Young 
Jack D. Fu.gate 
Mel Chandler 
Roland C. Haun 
Ralph Edwards 
Ollie Howard 
Robert P. Atkinson 
George Lusbv 
Carl W. Webster 
Tom Sims 
Z. T Lester 
Shirley D- Wa.goner 



Wayne King 
Norman Weaver 
Charles Simpson 
lames Hawthorne 
J. Willhite 
Tom Cummings 
Mike Grebe 
Bobby Cook 
Donn Marston 
Paul Watts 
Bobby Simpson 
Dean Brunson 
Pete Gill 

Carl R. Wenderoth 
Cecil Todd 
Everette Varney 
Gary Dennison 



REGION 9 



D. 33 Boone Count\' 

Conner 
Dixie Heights 
Lloyd Memorial 
St. Henry 
Simon Kenton 
Walton-Verona 

D. 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 
Covington Latin 
Holmes 
Holy Cross 
Ludlow 

D. 35 Bellevue 

Dayton 
Newport 
Newport Catholic 

D. 36 Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 
Highlands 
St. Thomas 
Silver Grove 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erianger 41018 
Erianger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 



371-6020 
689-7884 
341-7650 
341-7530 
341-9309 
356-3541 
485-4293 
331-1220 
431-5351 
291-7044 
291-1104 
431-1335 
261-8211 
261-2980 
261-4357 
491-1125 
441-7100 
625-2108 
635-2191 
441-4686 
441-2211 
441-3873 



George K. Toadvine 
Larry Ryle 
Fred Mason 
Charles R. Fugitt 
Ron Albrinck 
Roben Abell 
Gary Munsie 
Paul Champion 
Kenneth J. Gross 
Rev. Edwin B. Heile 
Fred W. Moeves 
Fred Breyer 
Charles Highfield 
Frank Bruns 
Tom Holloway 
Gene Sell 
Bro. Ken Pfister 
Rev. Robert LTrla.ge 
G'endon Ravenscrafr 
Chester Turner 
Sr. Mary Gerald 
Bernard Sandfoss 



Tames R. Connor 
Bill Warfield 
David Afterkirk 
Charles Caple 
Bill Code 
Tim Taylor 
Tohn Scheper 
Tim Arnold 
Dick Maile 
Rev. Edwin Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
Ralnh Kemohaus 
Andrew Christofield 
Gary Akers 
Tom Hood 
Bobby Vanderpool 
Tohn Gross 
Thomas Seither 
LeRoy Randall 
Tom Russell 
Kenny Shields 
Donnie Gaunce 



REGION 10 



D. 37 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
M. M. I. 
Nicholas County 
Paris 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersbure 40348 
Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 



987-2550 
234-3253 
484-2026 
289-5584 
987-4545 



Tack Clifford 
Richard B. Willis 
Joseph R. Johnson 
Huey L. Cornelius 
Ernest M. Trosper 



Russ Day 
Woodie Cnim 
Larry J. Allison 
Billy K. Anderson 
Dave Randolph 



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School 




Address 


Tel. No. 


D. 38 


Augusta 


Augusta 41002 


756-3951 




Bracken Counry 


BrooksviUe 41004 


735-3153 




Deming 


Mr. Olivet 41064 


724-3566 




Pendleton County 


Falmouth 41040 


654-3355 


D. 39 


Fleming Count)' 


Flemingsburg 41041 


845-6601 




Mason Counrv' 


Maysville 41056 


564-6409 




Mavsville 


Mavsville 41056 


564-3856 




St. Patrick 


Maysville 41056 


564-5329 




Tollesboro 


Tollesboro 41189 


798-2541 


D. 40 


Bath County 


Owingsville 40360 


674-6325 




George Rogers Clark 


Winchester 40391 


744-6111 




Montgomery County 


Mt. Sterling 40353 


498-2250 




Mr. Sterling 


Mt. Sterling 40353 


498-3484 



Principal 

Jarvis Parsley 
Harry E. Meacham 
Clifford Wallace 
Fairce O. Woods 
John H. Branson 
J. Thomas Creamer 
Sr. Jude Birck 
Charles M. Hughes 
Arnold Stacy, Jr. 
Robert D. Campbell 
Richard Hughes 
Winsron Hamilton 



Coach 

loe Mahan 
David Hamilton 
Mike Reitz 
Phillip Wood 
Robert Hall 
Gary Jefferson 
Tom Creamer 
Gary McKinney 
Alan Bane 
lulian Cunningham 
Tom Martin 
Bill Schott 
Mike Manley 



REGION 11 



D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County' 
Lexington Catholic 
Woodford Count)- 

D. 42 Burgin 

Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer County 

D. 43 Bnan Station 

Henrv Clay 
Lafayette 
Sayre 
Tares Creek 

D. 44 Bcrea Communit)' 

Estill County 
Madison 

Madison Central 
Model 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Lexington 40503 
Versailles 40383 
Burgin 40310 
Harrodsburg 40330 
N'lcholasvilie 40356 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40502 
Berea' 40403 
Irvine 40336 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



22^8030 
227-2236 
277-7183 
873-5434 
748-5170 
734-3242 
885-4862 
■734-4195 
299-4027 
269-3326 
277-5335 
254-1361 
272-1513 
986-4911 
723-3537 
623-4959 
623-1530 
622-2986 



Alberr Wall 

Robert W. Hoagland 

Rev. Rbt. Nieberding 

Ken Tippett 

Charles Kolasa 

L. D. Knight 

Zeb Blankenship 

James E. Gash 

Leo H. Brewsaugh 

Bill C. Hurt 

Dwight L. Price 

Glenn Byron Bell 

R. Warren Featherston 

James K. Miller 

Paul Hughes 

James R. Flecnor 

James B. Moore 

L. Stephen Traw 



Ronald Reule 
David Lee 
Harry T Starns 
Gene Kirk 
Bruce Johnson 
Richard Skaggs 
Steve Deskins 
Steve Clevenger 
Bob Barlow 
Al Prewitt 
lock Sutherland 
Gerald Walton 
Nolan Barger 
Dennis Grant 
Eddie Conley 
Kenneth Tate 
Don Richardson 
Shirley Kearns 



D. 45 



D. 46 



D. 47 



D. 48 



Boyle County 
Danville 
Garrard Counr)' 
Kentucky School 

for the Deaf 
Casey Count)' 
Crab Orchard 
Hustonville 
McKinney 
Memorial 
Stanford 

McCreary County 
Monticello 
Pine Knot 
Russell County 
Wayne Counry 
Burnside 
Eubank 

Laurel Couor;' 
Nancy 

Pulaski Counry 
Shopville 
Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Lancaster 40444 



REGION 12 

236-5047 
236-6373 
-92-2146 



Danville 40422 236-5132 

Libert^' 42539 "'87-6151 

Crab Orchard 40419 355-2331 

Husronville 40437 346-3831 

McKinney 40448 346-5291 

Waynesburg 40489 365-7018 

Stanford 40484 365-2191 

Whirlev City 42653 376-2213 

Monticello 42633 348-4681 

Pine Knot 42635 354-2511 

Russell Springs 42642 866-3341 

Monticello 42633 348-3311 

Burnside 42519 561-4250 

Eubank 42567 379-6411 

London 40741 864-7371 

Nancy 42544 636-6421 

Somerset 42501 679-1574 

Shopville 42554 274-4312 

Somerset 42501 678-4721 



Charles W. Scott 
Jerry A. Boyd 
Johnnie Ray Laswcll 

Dr. Harvey Corson 
Humphrey T. Elliott 
Joseph G. Blair 
Cecil Purdom 
M. C. Montgomery 
Jack H. Blair 
Norman McGuffey 
G. Edward Carroll 
Eldon E. Davidson 
Dorman E. Stnink 
Ron Chumbley 
George Owen Horton 
C. L. Simpson 
Winston Osborne 
R. Harold Storm 
Bill Mauney 
Bob Sullivan 
Phillip R, Baker 
James R. Williams 



Harr)' G. Graham 
Dave Cottrell 
Wade Upchurch 

Donald Hackney 
Bob Payne 
Virgil Benge 
Johnny Wilder 
Mike Candler 
Roger Meek 
James Baird 
Charles Eckler 
Joe W. Harper 
Crit King 
Larr)' Kinnett 
Jack Upchurch 
Earl Hicks 
Brent Tackett 
Raymond Reed 
Avery Hatfield 
Denton Ping 

Ron Whitison 



REGION 13 



D. 49 Annville Inst. 

Clay County 
Jackson Counry 
Oneida Bapt. Inst. 
Rockcastle County 

D. 50 Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 
Lynn Camp 



Annville 40402 
Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 



364-5109 
598-3737 
287-7155 
847-2202 
256-4816 
546-3129 
528-3902 
546-4138 
528-5429 



James Potts 
Estill M. Spurlock 
Clayton Taylor 
Harlan Woods, Jr. 
Cleston Saylor 

Louie Martin 
Charles D. Black 
Jay Roger Keck 



Terry Hacker 
Bobby Keith 
Jack Powell 
Larry Gritton 
W. D. Riddle 
Bill Swafford 
Roy Woolum 
Don Bingham 
Calvin Vaughn 



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Page Seven 



School 



D. 51 



D. 52 



St. Camillus Acad. 

Whitlev County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Henderson Settlement 

Lone Jack 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird Settlement 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James A. Cawood 

Lynch 



Address Tel. No. 

Corbin 40^01 528-5077 

Williamsburg 40769 549-3121 

Williamsburg 40769 549-1915 

Pinevile 40977 337-2329 

Frakes 40940 337-3618 

Four Mile 40977 337-2435 

Middlesboro 40965 248-1000 

Pineville 40977 337-2439 

Beverly 40913 337-2848 

Cumberland 40823 589-4625 

Evarts 40828 837-2502 

Harlan 40831 573-3711 

Harlan 40831 573-5027 

Lynch 4085 5 848-5486 



Principal 

Sr. M. Amabilis 
Tony McKiddy 
Jack V. Foley 
James A. Pursiful 
Herbie J. Roark 
C. E. Calloway 
Frank Chumley 
Lowell T. Turner 
Donald Scott 
Dillard Prater 
O. G. Roaden 
Tommy Ward 
John H. Howard 
Enoch Foutch, Jr. 



Coach 

Jerry Hodges 
Dennis Wayne Byrd 
Lee Gambrel 
Elijah Smith 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Davis 
Raymond Maggard 
Mark Johnston 
Ralph Roberts 
Earl Rogers 
Kenneth Condra 
Granville Deaton 



REGION 14 



D. 53 Fleming-Neon 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Whitesburg 
D. 54 Buckhorn 

Combs Memorial 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M. C. Napier 
D. 55 Breathitt County 

Carr Creek 

Cordia 

Hindman 

Jackson 

Knott County 

Riverside Settlement 
D. 56 Hazel Green Academy 

Lee County 

Owsley County 

Pow^ell County 

Wolfe County 



Fleming 41S16 
lenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Carr Creek 41807 
Hazard 41701 
Hindman 41822 
Jackson 41339 
Pippa Passes 41844 
Lost Creek 41348 
Hazel Green 41332 
Beatti'ville 4-1311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



855-759- 
832-2184 
633-2524 
633-2339 
398-7176 
436-6811 
436-3711 
672-2337 
436-4541 
666-2805 
642-3585 
251-2875 
785-3125 
666-5164 
368-2756 
666-2359 
662-4475 
464-8126 
593-5185 
663-4475 
668-3106 



Roy T. Reasor 
John C. Stringer 
b. C. T.iylor 
J. M. Burkich 
Calloway Sizemore 
Dacker Combs 
John Quillen 
Wilburn Nantz 
James W. Fields 
William A. Toler 
R. B. Singleton 
D. Randall Smith 
Vesper Singleton 
James B. Goff 
Edward Madden 
Doran Hostetler 
John M. Ridgway 
Gary Pack 
W. O. Gabbard 
Billy F. Rose 
Richard Jett 



Larry D. Kincer 
Ozzie Jackson 
Danny Bates 
Lvle Eads 
Paul S. Caudill 
Dacker Combs 
Roscoe Shackelford 
Damon Huff 
Albert Combs 
Jack Stanford 
Harold Combs 
Bobby R. Smith 
George Francis 
Glen Turner 
Eddie Gibson 
Doran Hostetler 
Sam Schafer 
Heber Dunaway 
Bobbv Terry 
David Fraley 
Alvin Ratliff 



REGION 15 



D. 57 



D. 58 



D. 59 



D. 60 



D. 61 



D. 62 



Johnson Central 

Louisa 

Paintsville 

Salyersville 

Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

Mullins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

Phelps 



Ezel 

Menifee County 

Morgan County 

Rowan County 

University' 

Breckinridge 
East Carter 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 



Paintsville 41240 
Louisa 41230 
Paintsville 41240 
Salyersville 41465 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy I-ayne 41605 
McDowel 41647 
Prestonsburg 41653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 4i520 
Millard 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn Cit^' 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



789-4890 
638-4574 
780-3881 
349-2011 
298-7606 
358-9543 
478-2255 
377-6202 
886-2252 
452-2110 
639-2832 
432-3380 
432-2733 
437-6870 
639-2774 
353-7239 
754-7981 
835-2286 
437-6361 
456-7716 



REGION 16 



Ezel 41425 
Frenchburg 40322 
West Liberty 41472 
Morehead 40351 

Morehead 40351 
Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41179 
Olive Hill 41164 



725-4545 
768-2373 
743-3777 
784-4153 

783-2145 
474-5714 
738-5225 
796-2823 
286-2481 



W. H. Conley 
Max Young 
Paul W. Trimble 
Jack Allen 
Wilburn Goble 
James D. Hensley 
James V. Bolen 
Lloyd Smmbo 
Ronald L. Hager 
Wilbur Jamerson 
John Glen Wallace 
James E. Branham 
Fleetwood Johnson 
Warren P." Tiller 
Winston Adkins 
Frank T. Welch 
James V. Powell 
Hobart Dye 
William Clevenger 
Freddie Fletcher 



Conrad A. Rowland 
Hiram C. Walters 
Robert S. Boggs 
James O. Botts 

Rondal D. Hart 
Harlan R. Fleming 
Clarence W. Adkins 
Douglas Applegate 
Jack Fultz 



Wendell Wallen 
Bob Prichard 
Jim Wheeler 

Larri' Cline 
Gene Frasure 
Thomas Boyd 
Pete Grigsby 
Fred L. Setser 
James F. Francis 
Dale Trivette 
Richard Maynard 
Arnold Meek 
David Collier 
Bobby Osborne 
Chuck Damron 
Michael M. Tarry 
Ralph Good 
Aubrey Taylor 
Ronnie Preece 



John M. Johnston 
joe P. Blankenship 
Gary Holbrook 
Zane Collins 

Dienzel Dennis 
Roy Murphy 
Jimmy Whitt 

Bert Greene 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1974 



School 

D. 63 Fairview 

Greenup Countj' 

Raceland 

Russell 

D. 64 Boyd County 

Catlettsburg 
Holy Family 
Paul G. Blazer 



Address 

Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Russell 41169 
Ashland 41101 
Catlertsburt; 41129 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 



Tel. No. 

324-9226 
473-3781 
S36-cS221 
836-3531 
928-6473 
739-4663 
324-7040 
325-4706 



Principal 

Richard Baker 
Dwight Johnson 
Glenn A. Riedel 
Charles P. Holsinger 
Clyde Stewart 
Roger Adams 
Sr. Marie Gangwish 
Ray L. McCann 



Coach 

George Cooke 
Ramey Fletcher 
HoUis Heaberlin 
Marvin Meredith 
Brice Thornbury 
Allan Osborne 
Bill Carroll 
Steve Gilmore 



CERTIFIED OFFICIALS 

(Continued from Page Two) 



Perkins, Ronnie 
Perry, James E. 
Poe, Thomas E. 
Powers, Elmer 
P'Pool, Lanny E. 
Racke, Jerry 
Radjunas, Ed 
Ramey, Herb 
Rankin. Jim 
Redle, Joel E, 
Reed, Charles R. 
Reeves, Curtis 
Reinhardt, Myron 
Reliford, Paul G. 
Rexroat, Jerry L. 
Rhodes, Cecil 
Rich, Dennis W. 
Ring, William H. 
Ritter, Goebel 
Roark, Forrest Glen 
Rodgers, Tom 
Roe, Doyle "Buddy" 
Roesel, Joseph F. 
Roller, Otis 
Runyon, Tommy Dean 
St. Clair, Robert L., Jr. 
Salyer, Henry E. 
Saylors, Carlee 
Schell, William P. 
Schmidt, Thomas 
Sears, Wilson 
Seavers, Joe 
Sellier, Ed 
Selvy, Curt 
Shaw, Earl 
Shuck. Thomas G. 
Sims, Frank D. 
Singleton, Bobby L. 
Smith. Benny L. 
Smith, James H. 
Smith, Ronald K. 
Smith, Wayne N. 
Smith, Willard N. 
Smith, WilHam E. 
Spencer, Irvin E. 
Spoonamore, Jim 



Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stethen, James E. 
Stevens, James L. 
Stiff, Maurice 
Stikeleather, Clyde L. 
Stoess, Henry L. 
Stone. Sidney P. 
Stovall. Tom E. 
Strain. Richard 
Stuedle. Ray 
Sullivan. Dan 
Sumner. Carl 
Taylor, Donald D., Sr. 
Taylor, Ed 
Thomas, Bill G. 
Thompson. Thomas A. 
Thompson. Tom D. 
Tinsley. Marion R. 
Towler, Stephen W. 
Triplet!, Herb 
Troutman, Doyle 
Turpin. Donald W. 
Turpin. Ronald D. 
Urlage, Richard 
Vanover. J. W. 
Vanover. Wiley G. 
Varner. Ray G. 
Vories, Richard M. 
Walters, Darwin 
Ward, Robert L. 
Weihe. Robert J. 
Weiner. Dick 
Wells. Glenn 
Wever. James G. 
Wh'ite. William L. 
WiUiams, Bobby G. 
Williams, Roger 
Williams, S. Jack 
Winchester, Roy L. 
Winfrey, Shelby 
Woods, Gene 
Wooton, George B. 
Wulfeck. Jim 
Wyatt, Henry S. 
Yarbrough. Roy 



APPROVED OFFICIALS 



Acton, Claude J. 
Allen, Doug 
Allen, Yvon 
Anderson. Edward L. 
Bailey, Jimmy Hershal 
Baldwin, Dermis 
Begley, Donnie J. 



Bell, Henry 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Blair, Kenneth 
Blandford, Ken 
Blankenbaker, W. Larry 
Bollinger, Billy J. 
Bridges, Ralph L. 



Brock, John D. 
Bryant, Jimmy 
Bugg, James M. 
Burgess, Jim 
Burkhart, James G. 
Bush. Karmen 
Butcher. Stephen 

Camacho, Marcus A. 
Cates. Billy C. 
Cecil. James R. 
Centers. Mike 
Childers. Philhp 
Clark, James Ken 
Collier, Mike 
Collins, Ronald K. 
Combs, Henry B. 
Coomer, George M. 
Cox. Thomas O. 
Cravens. Robert L., Jr. 
Curry, Randall 

Dant, Joseph B. 
Davis, Thomas Allen 
Day, Rick 
Dick, James E. 
Dill, J. Roger 
Doll, Allen 
Dotson, Paul David 
Dowell. Larry E. 
Downs, Joseph W. 

Early. Robert G. 
Eary, Ed 

Edwards, Ernest S., Jr. 
Eldridge, Wayne 
Ellington, Jerald 
Elliott, Carlos 
EUiott, Michael Coyle 
Estes, Walter R. 
Evans, Lewis 

Farmer, Bill 
Featherstone, Jerry 
Finley, James 
Fiske, Charles N. 
Florence, Joe 
Floyd, Richard 

Gabbard, Raymond, Jr. 
Gaddie, Gary T. 
Gaskin, Donald Wayne 
Goldey, William H. 
Gover. Luid J. 
Grefer. Thomas 

Hall. Charles E. 
Hall. Tommy D. 
Hampton, Doug 
Hardin, Warren 
Harrison, Tim 
Henderson, Roger 
Holt, Larry K. 
Hughes, Rufus 
Hyman, Alan 



Jackson, Dennis 
Jackson, Robert H. 
Johnson, Gayle 
Jones, Denver 
Kazunas, Gerald L. 
Keatley. James 
Keene, Rick 
Kidd, Gary G. 
Lamar, Huston O, 
Lambert, Irvin 
Lawson, Ronald 
Ledford, Thomas B. 
Lefevers. Coleman 
Liedtke, Joseph S. 
Loeser, Alan J. 
McClure, Jerry 
McDowell, Benny D. 
Maddox, Richard 
Mang, Berry W., Jr. 
Maxey, Virgil M. 
Monks, Ronald E. 
Morgan, Earl M. 
Morris, Larry 
Morrison, Daniel G. 
Nance, David 
Napier, Wallace R., Jr. 
Ogden, Paul J. 
Owings, Hank 
Parsons, Ken 
Pedigo, Albert M. 
Phillips, Gene 
Pietr'-wski, Paul 
Powell, Ronald R. 
Powers, Clark V. 
Powers, James A. 
Rascoe, Robert B. 
Sargent, Steven F. 
Scott, Sidney H. 
Shearer, Robert L. 
Shinbaum. Ralph M. 
Shively, Wm. E. 
Sizemore, Aster 
Skaggs, Bobby 
Skaggs, Robert L. 
Slone, Martin 
Smallwood, Talmadge 
Smith, Roy M. 
Stacy, Donnie Ray 
Swope, Tom 
Taylor, John 
Thompson, Gerald D. 
Thompson. Ronnie 
Tindall, Clifford B. 
Tippett. Charles R. 
Votaw. Tony 
Webster. Norman E. 
Whitehead, Christopher F. 
Whitt, Jim 
Withrow, Roy D. 
Zibart, Sig 



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Page Nine 



SOUTHERN— CLASS AAA FINALIST 





(Lefl lo Right! Fronl Row: M. Eve. D. Hall. M. Bischoff, D. Risen. K. Hornung, R. Robbins. M. Ford, D. Durbin. 
T. Manley C. Keilman. Second Row: D. Brown. S. Wilson. L. Glassccck. R. Simms. D. Maggard. L. Wilder. J. Hen- 
ry, D. Hance. B. Neill. R. Powell. D. Roarx. Third Row: M, Burke. S. Mahan, G, Carnforlh, R. Probus, L. Klosler- 
ma.nn. D. Hanna, M. Mach. J. Kiefer. B. Fawbush. W. Gillespie. Fourth Row: D. Coleman. F. Gillespie. L. Howard. K. 
Burke. T. Sexton. J. Heckel. T. Messinger. M. Lunn. W. Ritchie. Coach Wilson. Fifth Row: D. Downs. K. Powell. P. 
Simms. R. Nail, R. Monroe. D. Triplett, M, Willett. Coach Ryan. Coach Gibson. Sixth Row: R. Coleman. Mgr.. M. Jack- 
son. Mgr.. D. Rice, Mgr., B. Grace. G. Moore. Mgr.. Coach Cosman, Coach Jarboe. Coach Stallings. 



SENECA— CLASS AAA. REGION II, DISTRICT 4. CHAMPION 









'•^'^"f \i^>^^, 







4^ 




"-n,-ri 



(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Natha.nson. L. Beasle '. W. Brazley. V. Anderson. D, Seewer, K. Thompson, S. 
Dix. C. Wallace. G. Sandusky. M. Cochran. Second Row: W. Hunter. B. Stevens, M. Robinson, C. Lawhon. T. Calvert. 
D. Meehan. C. Smialak M. Korfhage. D. Shepherd. Third Rdw: C, Roberts. S. Monroe, C, Filzner. D. Ger.nsleln. H. 
Lewis. F. Fehribach, G. Reinhardt, M, Marcum, T. Young. Fourth Row: J, Branyon, C Brazley, R. Logan, D. Mason, M. 
NoDnan. D. Jones, A. Eggers, J. Calvert. M. Blankenbaker. Fifth Row: C. Hauler. M, Rogers, D. Conway, B. Grubbs, 
S. Vogt. P, Hill, B. Johnso^i. 



VALLEY— CLASS AAA. REGION II. DISTRICT 1. CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: F. Remines, E. Rowan, P. Trimer. R. Albright. J. Halbleih. N. Morgan. C. Waddel. M. 
Goodin. K. Ives. F. Shaw. R. Ray. G. Mills. Second Row: L Goodin. B. Cravens, B. CoUard, V. Eisner, T. Vinson. C. 
Laughead. D. Underbill. K. Grant. S. Dierson. P. Sullivan. M. Weedman. R. Brooks. M. McGinty. D. McGinty. Third 
R.'.v: Coach Martin. P. Burks. T. Kennedy. W. Anderson. J. Campbell. B. Thompson. D. Jacobson. R. Steele. S. Har- 
per. E. Massie. J. Lomax. B. Biggs. G. Lear. D. Sawrie, Coach Watkins. Fourth Row: Coach Denning. D. Schuler, R. 
Jackey. R. Lovell. F. Broyles. T. Walker. K, Aulry. C. Schuler. M. Robison D. English, A. Patterson. M. White, B. Mc- 
Ginty. S. Burns. L. Kirk, L. Lee. J. Waggner. Coach Spencer, 



Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR JANUARY, 1974 



FOOTBALL CONFERENCE 
STANDINGS — 1973 



Big Eight Conference 

Madisunville North Hopkins 

Union County 

Owensboro 

Henderson County 

Owensboro Catholic 

Daviess County 

Apollo 

Henderson 



W 
7 
6 
4 
4 
3 
2 

1 




Central Kentucky Conference 

1. Pans 6 

2. Henry Clay 3 

3. Madison 3 

4. Frankfort 5 
Somerset 4 
Danville 4 

7. Anderson County 7 

Mt. Sterhng 3 

9. Harrodsburg 5 

10. Stanford 3 

11. Garrard County 2 

12. Boyle County 1 
Woodford County 1 

13. Jessamine County 
*Shelbyville 1 
*Georgeto\vn 
*M. M. I. 

'Not Rated 



Cumberland Valley Conference 

Evarts 2 1 

Lynch 2 

Cawood 1 1 

Cumberland 3 

Eastern Kenlucky Mountain Conference 



L 

1 
2 

3 
3 
5 
6 

7 



T 


1 

1 






Elkhorn City 

Whitesburg 

Wheelwright 

Pikeville 

M. C. Napier 

Fleming-Neon 

Johns Creek 

Jenkins 

Virgie 

Leslie County 

Phelps 



Mid-South Football Conference 

*Todd County Central 3 

*Metcalfe County 3 

Warren Central 2 

Barren County 3 

Warren East 1 

Park City 2 

Butler County 1 

Cumberland County 

Edmonson County 
*Declared Co-Champions 

Mid-State Conference 

Madison Central 3 

Franklin County 2 

Clark County 1 

Scott County 

Montgomery County 



Northern Kentucky Athletic Conference 

Dixie Heights 9 

Campbell County 9 1 

Beechwood 5 10 

Highlands 6 2 

Holmes 3 3 

Bellevue 2 3 

Ludlow 2 3 

Dayton 2 4 

Lloyd 2 5 

Boone County 15 

Newport 17 1 

Conner 6 1 

Sky Conference 

Franklin-Simpson 2 10 

Glasgow 2 1 

Bowling Green 12 

Russellville 1 2 



Southeastern Kentucky Conference 



Corbin 
Pineville 
Knox Central 
Laurel County 
Middlesboro 
Lynn Camp 
Harlan 
Bell County 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 



Southern Kentucky Athletic Conference 
Division A 

Glasgow 2 

Tompkinsville 110 

Campbellsville 2 

Division B 

Caverna 
Greensburg 
Hart County 
Metcalfe County 
Adair County 
Taylor County 

Western Kentucky Athletic Conference 
Class AA 

Paducah Tilghman 
Hopkinsville 
Christian County 
Franklin-Simpson 
Caldwell County 
Bowling Green 
Mayfield 
Lone Oak 
North Marshall 



Class A 



Trigg County 

Murray 

Heath 

Reidland 

Fulton 

Ft. Campbell 

Russellville 

Webster County 

Crittenden County 



Boyd County 

Russell 

Prestonsburg 

Belfry 

Greenup County 



Sandy Valley Conference 



2 


1 





3 


1 





2 


1 





2 


2 





2 


2 






ifei 


3 
■ence 





5 








4 


2 





5 


2 





3 


3 





2 


5 





2 


3 





2 


4 





T 


3 








2 





5 








3 


2 


1 


3 


2 





2 


2 


1 


3 


3 





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THOMAS JEFFERSON — CLASS AAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Hamby, Robinson, Simpson, Coffey, Hudson, Bishop, Taylor, Martin, Griggs, Hill, Wil- 
kins. Second Row: Ken,nedY, M. Blakeley, Harrelt, Matthews, Bush, Burns, Smith, Bass Northi;igton, Burks, Hinkle, 
Hackley, Frasher. Third Row: Hinkle. Crawford, Wright, Sullivan. Masterson, Vest, Kuhn, Watson, White, Floyd, Bash- 
am, Gunnell, Coleman, Ben. Fourth Row: Wheeler, Huskey, Graf, Hook, Thompson, Simpson, Williams, Bishop, Ma- 
thery, Thompson, Smith, Blakey, Young, Watson, Harrett. 



DIXIE HEIGHTS— CLASS AA. REGION III. DISTRICT I, CHAMPION 




(Lefl lo Right) Froni Row: Mgr. S. Luft D. Houp, G. Schmidt, S. Tedrick. W. Worley, J. Stevens, R. Schrader, M. 
Bonfert, J. Macke, Mgr. J. Ravencraft. Second Row: Mgr, J. Wessels, Scott Hiniman, J. Huesing, G. Litton, G. Hall, 
M. Steifcn, G. HerthGl, T. Grimes, T. Adams, Steve Hi;izma,n, B. Frye, Mgr. G. Had. Third Row: Mgr. J. Wilmes, M. 
Belew, T. Meyers, S. Jansen, D. Hamby, D. Woodyard, T. Truitt, M. Sidebotlom, M. Fightmasler, M. McCay, Mgr, B. 
Brinkman. Fourth Row: Mgr. M. Dorrough, D. Piercefield, D. Smith. M. Thamen, R. Anderson, C. Schrader, T. Scott, M. 
Mercer, J. Truitt, P. Slams. 



MADISONVILLE-N. HOPKINS— CLASS AA, REGION L DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left lo Right) Front Row; J. Daniel, J. Williams. B. Major, M. Blue, G. Pearson, J. Florida, R. Whilledge, J. Wal- 
han. Second Row: Coach D. Little, R. Allensworth, M. Stinnett. D. George, J. Holland, J. Whitfield, J. Pepper, D. 
Knight, D. Adams, J. Sandidge, Coach J. Rey;iolds. Third Row: Coach P. Adams. T. Quails, N. Jones, G. White, J. Gant, 
E. Carney, L. Cross, J. Bell. H. Williams, J. Badgett, M. Blakely. B. Fabel. Coach B. Brant. Fourth Row: H. Stratton, 
J. Mayes. A. Buntin, M. Offutt, L. Robinson, L. Dugger, B. Russ. J. Scott. D. Dugger, F. Jones, G. Dulin, 



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SOMERSET— CLASS A A, REGION II, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 



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let to Righl) Front Row: Mgr. G. Wilson, Mgr. T. Pritchard, Mgr. T. Sears. Second Row: M. Venable, C. Weigel. 
T Ganes, J. Lucas, B. Withers, T. Sharpe, B. Davis, T. Fly Tii, R, Price, W. Dean, A. Gaines, R. Jamison, R. Barnes. T. 
Trimble. B. Jasper, J. Grissom. T. Adams. Third Row: J. Day, T. Brainard, J. Roberts, M. Sheehan, L. Wiggins, B. 
Prather. A. Mills. G. Conley, G. Rey;iolds, M. Messamore, J. Logsdon, J. Bryant, D. Floyd, M. Duncan, R. Sexton. 
Fourth R3w: G Smith, P. Freudenthal, J. Whitis, B. Roth. C. Sharpe, W. Boone, M. Griffis, E. Klepper, R. Wilson. 
H. Lamkln. B. Vaught, J. Dungan. M. McKee. 

CORBIN— CLASS AA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Lett to Righl) Front Row: R. C. Thomas, M. Sams, S. Hart. J. Tackel. K. Pace, B. Foley. Second Row: T. Green, 
K. Gilbert, D. Alexander, M. Mobley, M. Scalf. K. Rose, B. Ambrose, R. White. S. Moore, J. House. Third Row: K. 
Gilbert, K. Faulkner, B. Hood, C. Hart, J. Hammons, T. Henson, S. Kersey, M. Woolem, B. Brannaman, D. Haiyiah, V. 
Hill. Fourth Row: T. Shelton, D. Calia, T. Logan, J. Brennen, D. Campbell, A. Onsk, J. Parks, R. Cobb, A. Ramsey, 
M. Dixon. 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Girls' Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled January 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given the first number is the home 
phone. 

Biecden, Billie. Rt. 6, Benton 42025. 898-3964 
Breeden. Don, Rt. 6. Benton 42025, 898-3964, 442-7316 
Brothers. Dottie, 1088 Olleanda Avenue, Louisville 40215 
Cain. Joyce A., 4113 3rd Street. Apt. 2, Louisville 40214, 

361-C575, 589-5440. Ext. 284 
Fiehrer, Peggv, 4301 Norene Drive, Louisville 40219. 964- 

8311 
Fraze, Zella, 6110 Gloria Lane. Louisville 40213. 968-2067 
Gartin, Robert B., 550 Brown Street, Paintsville 41240, 

789-8592. 789-4001 
Hall. Debbie Ann. Box 213, McGregor Hall, EKU. Rich- 
mond 40475. 969-1766 
Hall, Terry, 4301 Norene Drive. Louisville 40219, 964-8311. 

448-4620 
Hughes, Brenda, 500 Ohio Street. Apt. 4. Lexington 40508. 

255-4172, 252-3212 
Knauer Glen, 112 E. Sunset Circle, Hopkinsville 42240 
Niehaus. Linda Marie, 638 Cleveland Avenue, Taylor Mill 

41014, 431-0784, 781-2600 
Robinson, Mary H., 1412 Stallard Street, Ashland 41101, 

: 25-7850, 8:^6-5623 
Scurry, Henjy L,, KSU, Box 31. Estill Apt 4. Frankfort 

40601 875-1288, 564-6066 
.'Ihipp, David E,. 133 Hartweg Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075. 

781-1163. 431-4246 
Webster, Melvin Lee, 1822 Scott Street, Covington 41014. 

261-7622. 781-2600 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Basketball Officials 

(List Compiled January 1) 
If the telephone number is given for an official, iJ is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two plum- 
bers are given, the first number is the home phone. 

Alirnian, Alan, R. R, 1, Alexandria 41001, 635-5674, 635-2191 
Allen, Ronald L., 3307 Lester Avenue, Louisville 40215, 

361-5756. 774-5738 
Alk.ns. James P.. 384 Tanglev Way, Lexington 40503, 272- 

1002, 254-4074 
Azevedo, Vernon, 1268 Village Drive #210, Lexington 

40504, 254-3079 
Bentley, Lester, Box 435, Virgie 41572 
lieshear, James E,, Rt. 3, Box 365, Dawson Springs 42408. 

797-2765 
Billips, Douglas A., 8408-A Ejnrich Avenue, Louisville 

40291. 239-6561, 239-3267 
Blythe, John W., P. O. Box 29, Mayfield 42066. 247-8352 
Boyle. Jeffrey B., 718 Hambrick Avenue, Lexington 40508, 

^.■)4-41L0 
Do.\les, Paul E.. 1017 Bellefonte Road. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-5497, 255-5650 (Lexington) 
Brauch, Charles J.. 117 Westview Drive, Bardstown 40004, 

348-3218, 348-3991 
Bray, James R., Co. A USAARMC, Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

l:i75, 624-4046 
Brown, Leonard C, 7504 Jamaica Drive, Louisville 40214, 

935-3950. 447-3221 
Erown, Michael, Rt. 4, Tompkinsville 42167 
Brown, Ronald D., 100 S, Elm, Wilmore 40390, 858-4141 
Call, Barbara J., 215 Bassett Avenue, Lexington 40502, 

2B6-8558, 258-26,55 
Canfield, Robert S., E-3 Knox Manor Apts., Bowling Green 

42101, 228-1032, 456-2299 



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Carnes, Patrick, CPO Asburv Colleae, Wilinore 40390, 858- 

•■•.no. 858-3511, Ext, 258 
Collier, Johnny, 104 Glen Cove, Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

4633. 885-6061 
Collins, Terry, Humphrey Hall =6, Morehead 40351 
Conatser, Gary, 704-A Warrendale, Georgetown 40324. 

863-2238 
Cornelison, Michael R., P. O. Box 7, Berea 40403, 986-3371, 

L86-33U 

Dalev, Vern, 4836 A Lee Village, Ft. Campbell 42223, 439- 

5056. 798-5209 
Davis, Larry, 3229 W. Kv.. Louisville 40211. 772-3106. 783- 

c:803 
Douthwaite. Donald D.. 5754 Biscavne Avenue. Cincinnati. 

Ohio 45211. 574-2238. 574-2238 
Dun. Allen. 438 W. 4th Street. Le.xington 40508. 254-4683 
Durham, Michael, -1 Bella Court. Louisville 40216, 447- 

28S0 
Flgin, Clifford T., 4021 Victoria Wav, Lexington 40503, 

272-5755, 272-5313 
Ewing, John L., Jr.. 1601 St. Limestone. Lexington 40503 

276-1658. 858-3511 Ext. 258 
Ford. Richard A.. 1026 E. Oak Street. Louisville 40204. 

278-0106 
Frazier. Keith. 335 Blackburn Avenue. Ashland 41101. 324- 

9903 
Froebel. Martin C-. 5553A Folger, Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

841.0. (j24-3247 
Gardner. James H.. 406 Central Avenue. Elizabethtown 

42701. 765-5477. 769-1311 
Gosman. Carroll E.. R. R. 1. Bedford 40006, 255-3379 
Grace. Charles K., Cypress Street. Pineville 40977, 337- 

33,Jl, 337-2348 
Haedt, Jeffrey, HHC 3rd Bde,, Ft. Campbell 42223, 798- 

3712 (Bus. I 
Halladav, Leslie, R. R. 4, Box 97, Pans 40361. 987-2391. 

9a,-i:oyl 
Hansel. Robert T,. Pine Mt. Settlement School. Pine Moun- 
tain 40864. 558-4485. 558-4541 
Haynes, Micliael D.. 3306 Allison Wav. Louisville 40220 

456-1749. 451-5958 
Heltsley. John J . 210 E. Moss Avenue, Earlington 42410, 

383-5315. 821-7766 
Hillner. John David. 7532 Hillcrest. Florence 41042, 371- 

26o7 
Howard, Stephen A., P. O. Box 976. Harlan 40831. 573- 

2387. 257-2473 
Irwin, Charlie, R. R. 4. HopkinsviUe 42240. 886-4820, 886- 

ouzl, fc-Xl. o5 
Jackson, Randall, 7349 Benton Highway, Rt. 4. Paducah 

42001, 898-7159. 443-6592 
Jensen, Edward A., 3407 Trellis, Jeffersontown 40299, 267- 

7 010 
Jones, Ernest S., 2051 Rambler Road, Lexington 40503, 

277-4468 
Jordan, Garv A,, 1525A Werner Park, Ft. Campbell 42223. 

798-6357. 798-5526 
Kaufman. Leonardo D,. Sr.. 2230 Greenwood Avenue, 

Louisville 40210. 772-7315, 776-9523 
Kuerzi, Richard L., 8021 Woodbury Drive. Louisville 40219, 

914-21-1; 

Lair, Jerald. Highland Avenue. Monticello 42633, 348-9491. 

34ii-4221 
Lee. Randy W.. Provo 42267. 934-3133. 526-3322 
McFall. William R.. 311 Ohio Street, Somerset 42501. 679- 

1296. 561-4250 
McGaughey, Joseph, Jr.. 2821 Slevin Street, Louisville 

10212, 1,4-4637 
McKay, Patrick J., III. 217 Bridge Street. Maysville 41056. 

564-3675, 257-3378 
McKinnev, James. 8809 Malvern Hill Road. Louisville 

40222. 425-5318. 774-7321 
Marshall. Larrv D.. R. R. 3. Sharp Road, Stamping Ground 

40379, 535-6962 
Martin, Larry E,, Box 453, Owenton 40359, 484-3374. 484- 

;.451 
Mason. William H.. Jr.. P, O. Box 64. Harlan 40831. 573- 

1836. 257-2473 
Massie. Stephen M.. 10708 Milwaukee Way, Valley Station 

40272, 937-4405, 937-4405 
Mitchell, Garev N., P. O. Box 294, Sturgis 42459, 333-2106 
Owens, Roger 'K.. Rt. 2. Ewing 41039. 267-3801. 277-5412 
Perrv. Charles E.. 712 Lakeshore Drive, Villa Hills 41016, 

341-9558, 341-5566 
PhiU ps, Coeburn, Box 52, Busy 41723, 436-6879, 436-2172 
Phillips, Samuel M,, Box 783, South Shore 41175, 932-4364 
Puce, Uavid M., Box 396 Kirwan Towers, Lexington 40506 
Reader. Robert N.. 11715 Leemont Drive. Louisville 40272. 

935-6296. 366-0371 
Revis. David. 301> Sharon Drive. Campbellsville 42718. 

405-2385. 864-4340 
Rigsbv. James M.. 180 Euclid Avenue. Paintsville 41240. 

78"f-45G7 
Rodgers. Jack W.. Jr.. Rt. 4, Box 75. Olive Hill 41164. 286- 

4090 



Royse. Everett T.. 239 Burke Road. Lexington 40505, 255- 

1707 
Rutledge. Kenneth. 709 Kingston Road. Lexington 40505. 

299-5698 
Shreve, Tim. 118 Alpha Avenue. Louisville 40218. 458-5183 
Simms. Randy. 1905 Richmond Drive. Louisville 40205, 

451-1990 
Smith, Wendell R., Box 155. Slaughters 42456. 884-7132 
Sullivan. Kevin J.. 217 Stone Avenue. Le.xington 40506. 

293-0116 
Thacker. Thomas, 6049 Kennedy Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45213, 631-4378, 292-2271 
Toombs, Billy L., Rt. 1, Box 306, Clarksville, Tennessee 

37040, 648-2859, 645-4449 
Triplett, Herb, Rt, 4, Pans 40361, 987-3474, 254-6641, Ext. 

6686 
Tromblev. Norman. 3685 King Arthur Circle. Lexington 

40503, 272-1100, 255-6666 
Tu.Iele, Matthew V. L. 203 Millbrooke Drive, Hopkins- 
viUe 42240, 886-8371, 886-5151, Ext. 231 
Upchurch. David T.. P. O. Box 668. Monticello 42633. 348- 

, 492, 678-5124 
Waller. Fob. 319 Strathmore. Lexington 40505. 299-6123 
Walter. W. C., 3208 MidDale Lane. Louisville 40220. 459- 

6330. 426-2000 
Walz, Mike, zr50 Mob. Terr. Nash. Road. Bowling Green 

4211 1. 843-18o0 
White. Curtis, 2318 W. Walnut. Louisville 40212. 778-0103. 

583-6558 
Whitsell. Jerry D., Rt 1. Slaughters 42456. 884-7283 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Wrestling Officials 

(List Compiled January 1) 

If Ihe telephone number is given for an official, if is 
l.ie homo phone number unless otherwise designated. If 
two numbers are given, the first number is the home 
phone. 

D.ivenport. David E., 223 Capt. Frank. New Albany, Indi- 
ana 47150. 945-4308. 945-0297 
Dawlev. Raymond. Jr., P. O. Box 408. Radcliff 40160. 351- 

5211. 351-3222 
Hawkins. Walter. Rt. 1, Lynnwood Estates, Elizabethtown 

42701, 769-2630. 854-4231 
Hubbard. Edward O.. 1805 Elmwood Drive, Clarksville 

Indiana 47130, 944-6082, 944-2224 
Kincheloe, Wick, P. O. 294. Irvington 40146. 547-5545. 756- 

2149 
Lyons. Robert. 1929 W Vine Street. Radcliff 40160. 351- 

6341, 624-4614 
Smith. Joseph A., 851 Dixie Blvd., Radcliff 40160, 351- 

5273, 624-7140 



Attention, Swimming Coaches! 

The events for the State Swimming Meets for 
1974 will be the same as those listed in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming 
Regulations on pages 58-59. The only difference 
being the 400 Yard Freestyle which is 500 yards in 
the National Federation Rules. The National Fed- 
eration Rules will be used beginning in 1975. 

The Class AAA Meets will be held at the 
Plantation Club in Louisville on February 22-23. 
The Class AA will be held at Eastern Kentucky 
University on March 22-23. The following schools 
have indicated they will have teams: 

CLASS AA BOYS 

Fort Knox 



Apollo 
Beechwood 
Bellevue 
Bourbon County 
Bowling Green 
Campbell County 
Christian County 
Conner 

Covington Catholic 
Covington Latin 
Danville 
Daviess County 
Dixie Heights 
Elizabethtown 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Henderson County 
Highlands 
HopkinsviUe 
Jessamine County 
Kentucky Academy 
Ky. Country Day 
Lexington Catholic 
Lloyd Memorial 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins 
Model 
Newport 



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Newport Catholic 

Paris 

Scott County 



Simon Kenton 
Woodford County 



Apollo 
Beechwood 
Bourbon County 
Bowling Green 
Campbell County 
Christian County 
Danyille 
Dayiess County 
Dixie Heights 
Elizabethtown 
Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Highlands 
Hopkinsyille 

CLASS AAA BOYS 
Atherton Owonsboro 

Ballard Paul G. Blazer 

Central St. Xavier 

DeSales Seneca 

Eastern Shawnee 

Fern Creek Tales Creek 

Henry Clay Trinity 

Lafayette Waggener 

Marion C. Moore Westport 



GIRLS 

Ky. Country Day 

KV. School f/t Bhnd 

LaSalette Academy 

Lexington Catholic 

Model 

Newport 

Notre Dame Academy 

Paris 

Scott County 

Shelbyville 

Simon Kenton 

Villa Madonna 

Woodford County 



Atherton 
Ballard 
Central 
Eastern 
Fern Creek 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Owensboro 



GIRLS 

Paul G. Blazer 

Sacred Heart Academy 

Seneca 

Shawnee 

Tales Creek 

Waggener 

Westport 



Minutes of K.H.S.A.A. 

Swimming Committee Meeting 

The K.H.S.A.A. Swimming Committee met at 
the Plantation Club, Louisville, January 5, 1974. 
Present were Chairman Jack Thompson, Commis- 
sioner J. B. Mansfield. Assistant Commissioner 
Louis Stout, Debbie Reed and Earl Browning. 

The Committee recommended that the Nation- 
al Federation Swimming and Diving Rules be used 
in 1975. The only difference for Championship 
Meets is that the 400 Yard Freestyle will be in- 
creased to 500. (This year the 400 Yard will be 
retained.) 

All information on both meets will be mailed 
from the Commissioner's office. Requests should 
be addressed to Assistant Commissioner Louis 
Stout. 

The cut off times for the 200 Yard Freestyle 
and the 400 Yard Freestyle were set. 

Medals will be awarded for the first three 
places and ribbons for fourth through twelve. 

Messrs. Earl Browning and Dan Lichty will 
handle the press release for Classes AAA and AA 
respectively. Mr. Thompson has the application 
cards for All-American honors. 

The manager for all meets will be Mr. Jack 
Thompson. 2347 Saratoga Drive, Louisville, Phone 
454-4585 or 452-9255. 

ATTENTION, Wrestling Schools 

The Hardin County Wrestling Region will be 
held at the West Hardin High School. Stephens- 
burg and the site of the East Jefferson Region will 
be the Waggener High School. 



State High School 
Basketball Tournament Information 

The 1974 State High School Basketball Tour- 
nament will be held in Freedom Hall, Kentucky 
Fairgrounds and Exposition Center, Louisville, on 
March 13-16. The first session of the tournament 
is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. There are 
two sessions for each of the days, Wednesday, 
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

On or after February 1, 1974, State Tourna- 
ment Ticket Sales. P. O. Box 7502, Lexington, Ken- 
tucky 40502, will accept mail orders for complete 
sets of tournament tickets. These orders will be 
filled after the schools have received the tickets 
allotted to them under the plan of distribution set 
up by the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control. The school 
orders will take all the box seats on the sides, all 
the chair seats below the boxes and chair seats in 
the center chair sections. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) are 
as follows: end box seats, $32.00; chair seats 
$24.00; bleacher seats, $16.00. Each order must in- 
clude a remittance of 25.' for postage and insur- 
ance on the tickets, and checks should be made 
payable to State Tournament Ticket Sales. Orders 
for individual session tickets will be accepted dur- 
ing the February 15-28 period, and should not be 
mcluded with orders for complete sets of tickets 
mailed prior to that time. Tickets available for 
individual session tickets will be chair seats at 
$3.00 a session and bleacher seats at $2.00. An 
over-the-counter sale will begin at Freedom Hall 
on March 5 and continue through the tournament. 



BOARD MINUTES 

(Continued from Page One) 

declined to act upon this request inasmuch as the 
two year classification period has another year 
before expiration. 

Mr. Mansfield then read a letter from Mr. 
Buford Horton, Superintendent of the Estill 
County Schools, requesting that the Board reim- 
burse Estill County High School $500.00, this be- 
ing the amount he says they lost when the foot- 
ball game between Estill County and Rockcastle 
County High School was postponed because the 
officials failed to show up. Mr. Mansfield was in- 
structed to inform Mr. Horton that the Board was 
in sympathy with him, but that this was simply a 
mistake on the part of the Assigning Secretary 
that could not be helped and that the Board had 
no pro\-isions for honoring a request of this na- 
ture. Such a precedent could become disastrous. 

The Commissioner then read a letter received 
from Dr. Guy Potts, Superintendent of the Fay- 
ette County Schools, concerning problems in ath- 
letics his schools are facing as a result of the 
energy crisis. The Board discussed the possible 
effects that continued shortages may bring about 
in athletics. 

Jack Fultz moved, seconded by Roy Winchest- 
er, that all bills of the Association for the period 
beginning October 1, 1973, and ending November 
30, 1973, be allowed. The motion was carried 
unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
.scheduled for Friday, January 25, 1974, at 2:00 
P.M. in Louisville. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



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(Continued from December ATHLETE) 

11. PLAY: The official has designated Al to 
make a throw-in. (a) Al makes the throw-in while 
A2 was standing out-of-bounds at the throw-in 
spot or; (b) after the ball has been at the disposal 
of Al. A2 takes the ball and makes the throw-in. 
RULING: Violaton in both (a) and (b). 
COMMENT: The addition to this year's code 
(9-3-h) covers situations involving throw-ins for 
which a thrower-in has been designated by the 
official. The administration as given in the ruling 
above is in accordance with the new coverage. 
It is an addition to the previous coverage and ap- 
plies only to action in close proximity to the 
throw-in spot and only those situations involving 
a throw-in. The additional coverage does not in 
any way affect the previous rulings for Rule 10-A- 
6(h) and (i). The coverage of Rule 10-A-6(h) and 
(i) continues to be applicable in situations in 
which a player leaves the court to confuse op- 
ponents, or to avoid a screen, or to evade a de- 
fensive player, or for a similar purpose. These in- 
fractions, as has traditionally been the case, are 
penalized with a technical foul. The new coverage 
in 9-3-(h), is applicable only to throw-in situa- 
tions. Of course there can be a throw-in situation 
which is penalized with a technical foul. For ex- 
ample, if a player is unsportsmanlike after the 
official has designated a thrower-in, or there is a 
delay, or if players use the situation to deceive 
the opponents, the penalty is a technical foul. 

12. Pi.AY: Al (7 ft. tall) has one foot on or in- 
side the half of the jumping circle which is far- 



thest from his own basket and has his other foot 
on or outside the restraining circle. 
RULING: This is a violation by Al for not having 
feet within the restraining circle. 

13. PLAY: Team A sets up a double screen for 
Al. Al, in attempting to come across the free 
throw lane is legally obstructed by offensive and 
defensive player so that Al leaves the court un- 
der the basket, out of bounds, circles around and 
returns back into the court and tlien receives the 
ball. 

RULING: Technical foul is charged to Al for 
leaving the court for an unauthorized reason. 
Whether he receives the ball has no bearing on 
the decision. 

14. PLAY: Team A requests a time out prior to 
the start of the (a) second half or (b) second or 
fourth quarter. 

RULING: The request should be granted in both 
(a) and (b). 

15. PLAY: Al receives a tap from center while 
both his feet are off the floor. He comes to the 
floor on one foot in the front court with the ball 
in his control and he then leaps from one foot 
and comes to the floor in a stride jump stand with 
both feet simultaneously in the back court. 
RULING: Legal return. 

16. PLAY: Team A scores a field goal. Team B 
requests and is granted a charged time-out. 
RULING: When the time-out is over. Team B may 
make the throw-in from anywhere behind the 
endline. Team B is not required to make the 
throw-in from a designated spot. The fact that 
Team B has taken a time-out does not restrict this 
privilege of throwing in from anywhere behind 
the endline. The same applies to a time-out after 
a successful free throw attempt. 



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Woolsey, G. Conliffe, J. Bryant, J. Moore, A. Wrightson. Second Row: D. Hubbuch, M. Wil- 
liams, D. Everman, D. Snyder, K. Morley, B. Oldiges, J. Riley, E. Draine, R. Impelllzzeri, M. 
Lennart, P. Kaeli^, J. Clark, B. Laws. Third Row: J. Goelzinger, M. Carpenter, T. Jecker, 
T. Blincoe, J. Gerding, C. Horan, P. Resch, H. Carrico, J. Miller, G. Sutton, M. Hobbs, K. Pear- 
son, B. King. Fourth Row: T. Howard, T. Brito, J. Link, K. Koebel, E. Poppe, J. Martin, B. 
Nord, J. Oldiges, N. Hummel, S. Norris, G. Schoen, J. Ellington, R. Hilb, M. Richardson. Fifth 
Row: M. Bowling, J. Gregory, D. Minogue, J. Wilbert, E, Slattery, K. Calvin, D. Hammerstrom, 
K. Karcher, G. Boughey, D. Scales, T. Volz, B. McConnell, M. Taylor, M. Keene, B. Scales. 
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Official Organ of the 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



FEBRUARY 1974 




FILMS 

The films listed below are in Ihe Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, 
senior high, college and adult audiences who may e;n)oy 
the particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not 
apply to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Gymnastics 

G\T\INASTICS PART 1, j-s-c-a, ly, reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introduces the basic principles of gymnastics 
and follows the routines developed by polished 
performers on the parallel bars, the rope climb, 
and the long horse. Attention is given to the rolls, 
handstands, and handsprings, twists and somer- 
saults that are basic to tumbling, (Hoefler) 

GYMNASTICS, PART II, j-s-c-a, IV2 reels (17 

min.), $3.00 

Introducing the gymnast to the fundamentals 
of free exercise routines. Stresses the importance 
of smooth action as well as strength, form, bal- 
ance, and ability to develop the difficult routines. 
Demonstrates rings, side horse, and the high bar, 
(Hoefler) 

INTERMEDIATE TUMBLING, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 

min.). $2.00 

Demonstrates twenty stunts in handspring, 
balance, and somersault progressions and safety 
precautions are given to prevent accidents or in- 
juries while teaching technique and form. 
SIMPLE STUNTS, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel (11 min,), $2.00 

Provides instructions in the healthful group 
activities that require little or no equipment. 
Demonstrates simple stunts for strength and skill 
and emphasizes safety precautions. 

Injuiies 

TEAM PHYSICIAN, j-s-c-a, 3 reels (28 min.), color 

$1.00 

The message is aimed at physicians, coaches, 
athletes and parents. Includes five regulations 
which are concerned with preventing injuries as 
well as treating them when they occur. (KHSAA) 

Baseball 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 

2 reels, color, $1.00 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the 
Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis the National 
League conquered the American League by 6-5. A 
crowd of over 47,000 saw Willie Mays hit the 
first pitch of the game for a home run. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 

IV2 reels, color, $1.00 

The greats of the National League battle the 
stars of the American League in the new 26 mil- 
lion dollar Busch Stadium at St. Louis. The Na- 
tion League won the game in the tenth inning as 
Tim McCarver scored on a single by Maury Wills. 
Close-ups of the stars are shown as they warm up 
for each game. (KHSAA) 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 

3 reels, color, $1.00 

The National and American League All-Star 
Game was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, 
home of the California Angels. The Phillies' Richie 
Allen homered in the first inning and Frank Rob- 
inson of Baltimore tied the score in the second. In 
the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of Cincinnati 
broke the tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA) 



BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels 

color, $1.00. 

This film shows the annual meeting at Coop- 
erstown, N. Y. when new names are added to the 
Hall of Fame list. Numerous stars of the past re- 
turn to the shrine each year at this time and are 
shown as their feats on the diamond are related. 
The history of Cooperstown and the purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 

BATTER UP, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels (22 Min.), color, 
$1,00 

Produced by National and American Leagues 
of Baseball. Shows the proper techniques of bat- 
ting as demonstrated by hitting stars of the majors 
Stan Musial, Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Ernie 
Banks, Willie Mays and others. 

BATTING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Basic skills which must be mastered before 
one becomes an accomplished hitter. Bat selection, 
stance, grip, stride, swing and follow-through are 
clearly demonstrated in this film by professional 
players. 

THE BATTING STARS OF BASEBALL, s-c-a, 3 

reels, $1.00 

Who are the big names among batters and 
what makes them good? Watch the featured hit- 
ters as shown in this film, learn the secrets of their 
styles and forms, and try it yourself. For clubs as 
well as classes. 

CATCHING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
The basic skills in catching baseball are pre- 
sented in this film. How to catch a high rapid ball, 
a batted ball, a thrown ball, and a ground ball are 
shown. Stance motion and close-up photography 
are used to enable the viewer to follow each step 
or movement in each of the basic skills. 

DEMOCRACY OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
$1.00 

The purpose of this film is for further de- 
velopment of young baseball players in our mod- 
ern democracy and illustrates this through sports 
and sports competition. This film includes a brief 
history of baseball along with a cavalcade of past 
and present stars. 

DOUBLE-PLAY KINGS OF BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 

2 reels. $1.00 

This film presents an analysis of the double- 
play in baseball. Different players from several 
major leagues are shown in action. Fielding, tag- 
ging, and throwing are illustrated and explained. 

FIFTY YEARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
$1.00 

Facts of the immortal stars of baseball are re- 
called in this fifty years of memorial. Shows some 
famous oldtimers as their exploits are narrated and 
great moments of action in the lives of the more 
recent baseball heroes. (KHSAA) 

HITTING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Slow motion and close-up photography are 
used to follow accurately and graphically the 
basic fundamentals of hitting in baseball. Coordi- 
nation of feet, legs, hips, shoulders, arms, and 
head is explained. How to select a bat, how to 
hold it, and correct batting positions are shown. 

INFIELD PLAY AT 1st AND 3rd, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
$1.00 

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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI— NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1974 



$1.00 Per Year 



Failure Life's Necessity 

It has occurred to us nothing in our times may 
be more underrated than failure. We don't see 
failure as adding depth and richness to personal 
Ufe. We don't hold failure as an antidote to the 
pressures of an achievement-oriented society. In- 
stead, failure has been made to connote a perma- 
nent unfulfilled state of being. 

There may be, in fact, a conspiracy against 
failure. In our schools, grading systems are out; 
pass-fail is in: and often this evolves to pass-in- 
complete, or pass now-pass later. 

Some of us can remember with pride the day 
in elementary school when we moved from the 
reading group labeled "Dodgers," which everyone 
knew was the dumb group, to the "Yankees." We 
felt good, told Mom and Dad about it. But educa- 
tors suffered pangs of conscience. "What about 
those who didn't advance; or worse yet, what 
about those who moved down from the Yankees 
to the Dodgers"'" So schools moved to a system 
of heterogeneous learning groups; that is, students 
were no longer grouped according to ability. 

The theory behind the ungraded and un- 
ranked classroom has been, if students realize 
failure or realize they are in slow learning envir- 
onments, they become stigmatized. Then, chances 
of making learning progress are reduced. So al- 
low students every opportunity to achieve and 
succeed, with no opportunity to be stigmatized. 

Ignored in the ungraded, unranked classroom 
is the flip-side of the opportunity to succeed: the 
right to fail. Interscholastics, by preserving this 
right, maintains a unique place in our educational 
system. 

There is an old adage that losing is the easy 
way out. It is true it is physically easier to loaf in 
practice and games and thereby lose. But to be the 
loser is not easy; it is infinitely more difficult than 
being the winner, especially for the person who 
worked diligently and sacrificed enormously in an 
attempt to become the winner. 

Losing, or failing, makes a person pick himself 
up: often physically, always emotionally. It in- 
volves fighting back: sometimes against tears, us- 
ually against discouraged parents, coaches and fans 
and always against personal despondence. And, in 
reaching down to find the effort to try again, one 
expands the depth of his character. 

In failure, one may acquire compassion for 
others who fail, making one a better winner in 
future contests. One may learn to empathize with 
those who appear to have failed not just in ath- 
letic or forensic competition, but in all walks of 
life: the family who loses its home, the man who 
loses his job, the mother who loses her child. 

Failure is a character-building exercise of 
Ufe, not a static void. To experience failure is to 
hve, to be a part of life. Interscholastics must pre- 
serve the lessons of failure in the educational pro- 
gram. (National Federation) 



Letter From The Commissioner 

To The District Tournament Manager: 

Will you please refer to your K.H.S.A.A. book- 
let which gives rules and regulations governing 
basketball tournaments. You should familiarize 
yourself with these rules, found on pages 31-39. 
Your special attention is called to the second para- 
graph of Tournament Rule VI-A-3, relative to the 
enrollment of your district coaches in the Ken- 
tucky High School Coaches Association. 

The forms for your various reports are self- 
explanatory. The report of games should be maUed 
to the manager of the regional tournament not 
later than Monday, March 4. Send your financial 
report, your checked eligibility lists, and the sec- 
ond copy of the report of games to the Commis- 
sioner as soon after the tournament as possible. 
For your convenience, the following check list is 
given: 

1. Invite member schools to your tournament 
AT ONCE, reminding each school to send each 
other member school in the district a COMPLETE 
preliminary list of players on or before February 
1, and to send you THREE copies of a final list 
one week prior to the district tournament. See 
Rule VIII. 

2. Announce the time of drawings in your 
letter. See Rule IX. 

3. In compliance with the Federal Court De- 
cree, all officials will be assigned by the Com- 
mission, composed of the Commissioner and the 
three assistants. In order that this may be carried 
out it will be necessary for each manager to send 
a copy of the bracket giving the date and time 
of each game to the Commissioner immediately 
after the drawing. After the Commission has made 
its selections, you will be notified concerning the 
assignments to your tournament. It will be your 
responsibility to make the necessary contacts with 
the officials. 

In tournaments where two games are played 
per session, four officials will be assigned. 

4. The following regulations for 1974 have 
been set by the Board: "The official shall receive 
a fee of $30.00 per game and a transportation al- 
lowance of IQi per mile for all necessary travel 
Only one mileage allowance will be paid if the 
officials travel in the same car. In the event it 
is necessary for the official to remain overnight 
at the tournament site, he shall be paid an addi- 
tional $10.00 per day for lodging and meals." 

5. Tournament Rule XV says: "The Board of 
Control is authorized to select, standardize, and 
purchase trophies for all district and regional 
tournaments and the cost of these trophies shall 
be borne by the respective districts and regions." 
The Board has contracted with S. & M. Trophy 
Company. Louisville, Kentucky, to supply aU of 
the official K.H.S.A.A. district first place and sec- 
onnd place basketball trophies for the 1974 tour- 
naments, each trophy complete with the Associa- 
tion seal and engraving. Your trophies will be 
shipped to you prior to March 1. 

(Continued on Page Four) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1974 



FEBRUARY, 1974 



VOL. XXXVI— No. 7 



Published monlhly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, SSO E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

AssiBtanl Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant EdUor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant EdUor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Keniuclcy 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-1976), LouisvUla 

Vice-President W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Dlredoxi J. C. CantreU (1970-1974), VaUey Station; 

J. Thomas Creamer (1973-1975), MaysvUle; Howard R. 
Crittenden (1973-1977), Murray; Andrew J. Fultz (1972- 
1976), Olive Hill; Arthur H. Hawkins (1972-1976), Ml. 
Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; James R. Wil- 
liams (1973 1977), Somerset; Roy L. Winchester (1970- 
1974). Bethlehem. 



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REPORTS PAST DUE 

School's Report on Football Officials 
Official's Report on Schools (Football) 



1974 District Tournament Sites 



Fulton 

Ballard Memorial 

Mayfield 

Murray State Univ. 

Lyon County 

Henderson County 

West Hopkins 

Hopkinsville 

Owensboro 

Muhlenberg Central 

Hancock County 

Leitchfield 

13. Russell ville 

14. Western Ky. Univ. 

15. Glasgow 

16. Tompkinsville 

17. Elizabethtown 

18. Green County 

19. Nelson County 
Campbellsville 
Central 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
Doss 
Southern 

25. St. Xavier 

26. Trinity 

27. Jeffersontown 

28. Ballard 

29. Anderson County 

30. Shelby County 

31. Trimble County 

32. Scott County 



20. 
21. 
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23, 
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33. Boone County 

34. Holmes 

35. Newport 

36. Highlands 

37. Bourbon County 
38. Doming 

39. Mason County 

40. George Rogers Clark 

41. Lexington Catholic 

42. Jessamine County 

43. Henry Clay 

44. Model 

45. Danville 

46. Casey County 

47. Wayne County 

48. Pulaski County 

49. Rockcastle County 

50. Barbourville 

51. Lone Jack 

52. Evarts 

53. Whitesburg 

54. Hazard 

55. Hindman 

56. Wolfe County 

57. Paintsville 

58. Prestonsburg 

59. Millard 

60. Phelps 

61. Univ. Breckinridge 

62. West Carter 

63. Greenup County 

64. Paul G. Blazer 



1974 Regional Tournament Sites 

(1) Murray University, (2) Madison ville North- 
Hopkins High School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, 
(4) Western Kentucky University, (5) Green 
County High School (6) Freedom Hall, (7) Free- 
dom Hall, (8) Henry County High School (9) Con- 
ner High School, dO) Mason County High School, 
(llj Frankfort Convention Center, (12) Pulaski 
County High School, (13) Middlesboro High 
School, (14) Breathitt County High School, (15) 
Prestonsburg High School, (16) Greenup County 
High School. 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The K.H.S.A.A. Boai'd of Control met at Stouf- 
fer's Inn, Louisville, on January 25, 1974, at 9:30 
A.M. Present at the meeting was President Frank 
Simpson, Vice-President W. P. Wheeler, with 
Board members J. C. CantreU, Howard R. Crit- 
tenden, Andrew J. Fultz. Arthur R. Hawkins, Louis 
Martin, James R. Williams and Roy Winchester; 
Commissioner J. B. Mansfield and Assistant Com- 
missioners Tom Mills and Billy V. Wise. Mr. James 
McAfee represented the State Department of Ed- 
ucation. The invocation was given by J. C. Can- 
treU. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by Jack 
Fultz, that the reading of the minutes of the De- 
cember meeting be waived since members of the 
Board had received copies of these minutes. The 
motion was carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mansfield gave a report of the 
Girls Basketball Committee which met in Lexing- 
ton on January 16, 1974. The Committee was com- 
posed of fifteen members representing all sections 
of the state. Serving on the Committee were 
coaches, athletic directors, principals, and superin- 
tendents, namely: Jack Fultz, Olive Hill; Jean 
Daugherty, Louisville; Joan Mitchell, Covington; 
Ralph Dorsey, Horse Cave; Arthur Hawkins, Mt. 
Sterling; Minor Daniels, Louisville; Delores Red- 
wine, Fairview; Millie Reule, Frankfort; Andy 
Hopkins, Lexington; Earl Duncan, Louisville. Bar- 
bara Call, President of the Kentucky Division of 
Girls and Women Sports, represented this group. 

It was the recommendation of the Committee 
that a tournament series be sponsored by the Asso- 
ciation in 1975 and that it be conducted as nearly 
as possible like the present plan now in effect for 
boys. The Committee requested that each school be 
polled and asked if a team would be entered in 
the tournament, if so, would a tournament in the 
late fall or in March be preferable. 

The recommendations of the Committee were 
presented to the Board along with the results of 
the poll in so far as it was completed. The poll 
indicated that the tournament should be held in 
March. After considerable discussion the Board 
requested the Commissioner to draw up rules and 
regulations for the tournament following the sug- 
gestions of the Committee and the results of the 
poll. These will be presented to the Board at the 
March meeting for final adoption. 

Following a discussion on possible proposals 
of the Board to the 1974 Delegate Assembly, J. C. 
CantreU moved, seconded by Arthur Hawkins, that 
the Board sponsor a proposal that two superinten- 
dents be added to the Board of Control. That one 
be elected to represent Regions 1 through 8 and 
the other Regions 9 through 16. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Other proposals will be presented to all schools 
at the appropriate time. 

Mr. Mansfield presented the case of two boys 
who are currently ineligible under the Transfr 
Rule to the Board for consideration. The first case 
pertained to Stephen Noe, student at Doss High 
School, and the other to William Jeffrey Wesley, 
a student at Casey County High School. Following 
a discussion the Board declined to take the neces- 
sary action to restore either's eUgibility. 

The Commissioner called the Board's atten- 
tion to the fact that some changes would be neces- 
sary in a few basketball districts for 1974-75. The 
consolidation of schools will reduce the number of 



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Page Three 



schools in some districts to three. Each Board 
member was requested to study his section and 
make recommendation for adjustments at the next 
meeting. All other requests for changes will be 
considered at that time. 

The Commissioner read a letter written by 
Ath. Dir. Elvis Donaldson, Bowling Green High 
School, at the request of several baseball coaches 
in that area. The request being that the Board of 
Control consider having double elimination in the 
district, regional and state baseball tournaments. 
After considering the suggestion, the Board felt 
that it would not be feasible to do so at this time 
because of the additional e.xpense which would 
have to be borne by the schools. Also, the problem 
of inclement weather could create a situation 
whereas the tournaments could not be completed 
by the required time. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by Jack 
Fultz, that beginning with the 1974 baseball seas- 
on a game may be ended when, after five innings 
of a seven inning game, a team is ten or more 
runs behind and has completed its turn at bat. 
This is in keeping with Baseball Rule 4, Section 
2, Article 2. 

The Board approved a request from the man- 
ager of the 14th regional basketball tournament to 
hold the final game on Friday, Maixh 1, 1974, in- 
stead of March 2, 1974. This change was made 
due to a conflict in the use of the facilities at 
Western Kentucky University. 

Howard Crittenden moved, seconded by James 
Williams, that all bills of the Association for the 
month of December, be allowed. Tlie motion car- 
ried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control 
was scheduled for Friday, March 15, 1974, at 9:30 
A.M. in Louisville. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



In Memoriam 



1973-74 WRESTLING 

Early Season Questions 

Installment II 
EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
1973-74 National Federation Wrestling Rules do 
not set aside nor modify any rule. They are made 
- and published by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations in response to situations 
presented. Clifford B. Fagan, Editor, National 

Federation Publications 

19. Situation: From a neutral position, wrestler 
A executes a successful duck-under and moves to 
a controlled standing position behind Bl near the 
boundary. In an effort to take B to the mat, A 
scissors one leg and both wrestlers contact the 
mat out-of-bounds. 

Ruling: There has been no takedown. In order 
to gain a takedown from a neutral position, tiie 
wrestler must have control over his opponent, 
down on the mat, while the supporting points of 
either wrestler are inbounds, 

20. Situation: From the starting position on the 
mat, Bl comes from underneath and gets behind 
Al in a rear standing position. Afterwards, the 
wrestlers stumble out-of-bounds before Bl is able 
to control Al down on the mat. 

Ruling: Bl has gained a reversal and two points 

are awarded. It is not required that Bl bring his 

opponent to the mat in order to gain points for a 

(Continud on Page Five) 




William M. Falls, Sr. 

Wilham M. Falls, Sr., one of the all-time great 
coaches and teacher, died as a result of a car-train 
accident near Hopkinsville on December 13, 1973. 
As a coach at Hopkinsville since 1935, he was re- 
spected throughout the state and known locally 
for his general interest in young people as well as 
his coaching abilities. 

Falls, a native of Davidson, North Carolina, 
began coaching at Attucks High. School in 1935. 
For years Attucks was a member of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic League during which times 
he took the team to the K.H.S.A.L. State Tourna- 
ment twelve times and won the championship in 
1947 and 1957. The 1957 team went on to finish 
third in the national tournament. 

Integration brought Attucks in the K.H.S.A.A. 
m 1957. In 1959 he took his team to the State and 
finished fourth. 

Falls transferred to Hopkinsville High School 
when Attucks was discontinued where he served 
as assistant basketball coach. In 1966 Falls was 
honored at a special assembly after 29 years and' 
his teams 500th win. On that occasion Attuck's 
Principal Frank Simpson, now President of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control, said, "He (Falls) has 
taught more than the game of basketball, he has 
taught citizenship. His teaching has gone beyond 
the gym." At Tuskegee Institute he lettered in 
track, football and basketball. 



Basketball Hall of Fame 

The Executive Director of the Basketball Hall 
of Fame, Mr. Lee Williams, urges each high school 
to participate in financial assistance for the opera- 
tion of the Naismith Memorial. Each school is in- 
vited to participate on a modest, regular basis that 
would provide most welcome financial aid but 
would allow the name of the school to be placed 
on the Founders Wall. Schools desiring to make 
contributions may send it to this office or mail it 
direct to Mr. Williams, Box 175, Highland Station, 
Springfield, Massachusetts 01109. 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1974 



BISHOP DAVID — CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




^^■.-:^'^ ? T,e:«if^9.-:t 



P? 



(Left to Right) Front Row: R. Bur^, M. Payne, Coach Hyland, Coach King, Coach 
Mcanally, Coach Nash, Coach Leasor, Coach Black, T. DeSpain. Second Row: D. Coyler, B. 
Buckman, M. Phillips, M. Brohn, D. Bradshaw, K. Hunter, R. Hayden, L. Jutz, G. Nord, J. 
Dever, B. Grant. Third Row: A. Weutcher, T. Corbett, D. Skaggs, M. English, K. Schircllffe, J. 
Bodenbender, J. King, P. FauUpier, S. Willett, E. Webb, A. Milliner. Fourth Row: J. Horneck, 
A. Clark, K. Mingus, G. Nord, G. Wilbert, M. O'Brian, M. Walsh, J. Kazora, T. Stoltz, G. Bland, 
P. Schum. Fifth Row: J. Clayton, P. Mingus, D. DeSpain, J. Bramer, K. Humphrey, J. Buckley, 
M. Maftingly, P. Carroll, L. Shadowen. Sixth Row: B. Cecil, P. Newton, D. Vitt, D. Tiemey, B. 
Norris, N. Dever, B. Whiflock, A. Dages. Seventh Row: M. Dale, N. Ising, M. English, G. Mur- 
ray, A. Gentry, D. Mackin, M. Otte. 



Letter from Commissioner 

(Continued from Page One) 

6. It is the responsibility of the tournament 
manager to secure adequate police protection. 

7. THE BOARD OF CONTROL HAS RULED 
THAT NOT MORE THAN TWELVE PLAYERS 
MAY BE IN UNIFORM FOR ANY ONE TOUR- 
NAMENT GAME, AND THAT OTHER SQUAD 
MEMBERS NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICI- 
PATE IN WARM-UP EXERCISES, THIS IM- 
PLIED IN TOURNAMENT RULE XI. 

8. Please ask your officials to designate the 
goals prior to the warm-up time for each game. 

9. You will receive three copies of a final 
eligibility list from each school. Have one of these 
checked by the coach of each competing team, 
before his team plays, for the twelve players he 
will use in each game. Use only one list for check- 
ing players on each team since the other two 
copies may be needed by the regional and state 
tournament managers. Send the Commissioner all 
of these checked copies with your other reports. 
Send the two unchecked copies of eligibility lists 
of the winner and runner-up to the manager of 
your regional tournament, along with one copy 
of your report of games, not later than March 4. 

10. It has been ruled that the 2:00 o'clock 
mentioned in Tournament Rule IV-B may be con- 
sidered Eastern Day Light Time or 1:00 P.M. Central 
Daylight Time. This information concerning the 
starting time of the regional meeting should be 
given to your winner and runner-up. 

11. Send Secretary Ohr of the Kentucky 
Coaches Association the list of district coaches to 
be enrolled in his organization and remittance for 
these, and send the Commissioner the various re- 
ports mentioned above as soon as possible. 

12. Tournament Rule VI-A-3 provides that 
the district representative to the annual meeting 
may be allowed for expenses an amount not to 
exceed $75.00. Since this is a maximum and not 
necessarily a fixed amount, the delegate should 
be asked to submit an estimate of the cost of his 

(Continued on Page Twelve) 



633- 



177 Tice Road, Mavfield 42066 
829 McCulIum, Ellzabethtown 42701, 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled February 1) 

If the telephone number is given for a^ official. It is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two num- 
bers are given the first number is the home phone. 

Adkins, Charles. Paintsville 41240, 789-4375. 789-5407 
Coleman, Lloyd T., Rt. 3, Box 43, Shelbyville 40065, 

2579 
Crittenden, David, 
Gardner, Howard. 

765-6273 

Hall, Dormle R., Farler 41742, 436-6744 
Reed. Andrew I.. Elsie 41422. 349-2899 
Vinson. Rav T.. Ht. 5, Box 722, Falmouth, Va. 22401, 659- 

4588, 659-4588 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled February 1) 

If the telephone number is given for a/i official, it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two nxim- 
bers are given the first number is the home phone. 

Baldwin. Timothy, 616 CIa\-1on Avenue. Georgetown 40324, 

863-2322. 863-3805 
Hill. Sue, 1548 Longfield Avenue. Louisville 40215 
Jones, Nancy, 60 Sweetbrlar, Ft. Thomas 41075 
McConnaughhav. Clvde D., 594 Navajo Trail, Georgetown 

40324, 863-4249. 863-3805 
Perkins, Sandra K.. 215 Bassett Avenue, Lexington 40502, 

266-8558. 258-2635 
Robertson. Carol. Rt. 7. Box 260, Benton 42025 
Ward. Nan K., Murray State University, Murray 42071, 

753-8840. 762-4497 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

REGISTERED WRESTLING OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled February 1) 

If the telephone number is given for aji official, ii is 
the home phone unless othervrise designated. If two num- 
bers are given the first number Is the home phone. 

Arnold, Rusty. Rt. 6. Kearney Road. Lexington 40505, 252- 

8163, 254-5404 
Austin, Garv L., R. R. 3, Floyd Knobs, Indiana 47119, 

923-8225 944-2216 
Ditmore, Randy, 31 W. North. Franklin 42134, 586-6164 
Kearns, Darlen C, 781 Scherrv Court, Independence 41051, 

356-5109 
Laffoon, Donald W., 273 Reed Avenue, Madisonville 42431. 

821-0118 
Thompson, Larry E., 1603 Gagel Avenue, Apt. 6, Louisville 

40216, 367-1637. 448-8153 



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Page Five 



In Memoriam 




Robert P. Forsythe 

Robert P. Forsythe, 56, died on October 12 
19(3. Bob was born on August 20 at Benton, Ken- 
tucky. He graduated from Hughies-Kirit High 
School and earned his B.S. and M.A degrees at 
Western. After teaching in Muhlenberg County 
for four years, he taught and coached in Daviess 
County for one year before entering the Army as 
a private m 1942. He was discharged in 1946 as a 
captain. Following six years teaching at Central 
City, he was elected superintendent of Greenville 
?^ Schools, then Muhlenberg Countv and Cald- 
^1 >lS}!P^^ before going to Dawson Springs in 
July 1966 in the same position. 

Mr. Forsythe was an outstanding football and 
basketball official. He officiated in the State Bas- 
ketball Tournament a number of times and re- 
ferred numerous college games. The principals of 
the member schools in Section I elected him Di- 
rector on the K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control in 1955 
and re-elected him in 1959. 

Mr Forsythe was married in 1942 to Miss 
Clara Westerfield. In addition to Mrs. Forsythe he 
IS survived by two sons, Captain Preston Forsythe 
ton Hood, Texas, and Noel Forsythe Radcliff 



Wrestling Early Season Questions 

(Continued from Page Three) 

reversal. A reversal may be earned while in the 
standing position and two points are awarded Bl 
as soon as he goes behind Al in a controlled situ- 
tion. 

Commenl: The two foregoing situations are de- 
signed to illustrate the differences between a take- 
down and a reversal as related to a wrestler con- 
trolhng his opponent in a rear standing position. 
A takedown may not be awarded until the ag- 
gressor has his opponent down on the mat, that 
is, the opponent's knee or knees must be touching 
the mat beyond reaction time. This is not a re- 
quirement for gaining a reversal. 
21. Siluation: Al has his opponent in a pinning 
situation near the edge of the mat. As Al turns the 



torso of Bl away from the boundary, Bl moves so 
that the lower part of his body is outside of the 
wrestling area. The supporting parts of Al remain 
inbounds as do the shoulders of Bl. 
Ruling: Wrestling shall continue as long as the 
shoulders of Bl are within the inbounds area. 
Near-fall points may be earned in this situation. 
If either shoulder of Bl touches the boundary hne 
or extends outside that line, wrestling will con- 
tinue. 

Comment: The purpose of the present wording of 
the out-of-bounds rule is to accommodate this par- 
ticular situation. It permits wrestling to continue 
so long as the supporting parts of one wrestler are 
inbounds. An offensive wrestler who has his op- 
ponent in a pinning situation near the boundary 
is not forced to break the hold, and thereby lose 
that advantage when his opponent goes out-of- 
bounds. 

22. Situation: At the beginning of the second 
period, wrestler A, in the defensive position, places 
his knees on the mat in contact with tlie rear 
starting line and the heels of his hands on the 
mat ahead of the forward starting line, so that: (a) 
his hands are spread approximately 4 feet apart; 
or (b) his hands are placed so that the thumbs are 
together; or (c) his hands are placed so that the 
tips of the fingers are pointing toward each other. 
Ruling: Legal positions in (a), (b) and (c) provid- 
ed the defensive wrestler's elbows are not touching 
the mat. The requirement is that the hands be 
placed ahead of the forward starting line. There 
is no other specific placement required by rule. 

23. Situation: Wrestler A applies a false cradle 
so that one of his arms is under B's shoulder blade. 
A tips B so that one of B's shoulders is touching 
the mat and the other is near the mat. 

Ruling: A may be awarded points for a near-fall 
even though it is not possible to pin B with this 
false cradle. Because one of B's shoulders is in 
contact with the mat and the other in an angle of 
less than 45 degrees to the mat, regardless of the 
fact that one of A's arms is under that shoulder, 
A may gain near-fall points. The criteria for a 
near-fall have been met. 

24. Situation: Al controls Bl in a pinning situ- 
ation and: (a) both shoulders of Bl are stopped 
within 3 inches of the mat; or (b) one shoulder of 
Bl is on the mat and the other within 30 degrees 
of the mat. The referee begins a visual hand count 
in both (a) and (b). 

Ruling: When the referee begins the visual hand 
count, he has, in effect, announced that Al has 
earned two points for a near-fall in (a) and (b). 
If an additional point is to be earned, Al must 
control his opponent so that the criteria for a near- 
fall are met, uninterrupted, for 5 seconds. The ref- 
eree is solely responsible for determining whether 
the criteria have been met for the required length 
of time. 

Comment: While it is desirable the visual hand 
count be used, it is acknowledged there are some 
situations in which the referee will be unable to 
so signal because of the necessity for him to move 
quickly from one side of the wrestlers to the oth- 
er, in order to be in a position to observe that 
the criteria are being met. Under these conditions, 
the referee will be unable to start the visual hand 
count thus indicating two points have been earned 
and that the offensive man is working for a three 
point near-fall. 

25. Situation: At the beginning of the second 
(Continued on Page Ten) 



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Officials' Ratings on 
Sportsmanship - Football 1973 

The following sportsmanship ratings were received on K.H.S.A.A. member schools from regis- 
tered football officials for the 1973 season. The numbers following each name represent respectively 
the number of Excellent, Good, Fair and Poor ratings. 



COACH 



CROWD 



TEAM 



SCHOOL E 

Adair County 25 

Allen County 36 

Anderson County 24 

Apollo 27 

Atherton 20 

BaUard 16 

Bardstown 30 

Barren County 23 

Bath County 32 

Beeehwood 18 

Belfr\- 19 

Bell County 27 

BeUevTie 27 

Berea Community 25 

Bishop David 26 

Boone County 20 

Bourbon County 20 

BowUng Green 11 

Boyd County 34 

Bovle County 30 

Breathitt County 1 

Breckinridge Co. 35 

Brvan Station 36 

BuUltt Central 37 

Butler 22 

Butler County 26 

Caldwell County 16 

Campbell County 17 

CampbellsviUe 30 

CarroU County 23 

Casey County 21 

Catlettsburg 19 

Cavema 27 

Central 21 

Christian Co. 28 

Clinton County 19 

Conner 9 

Corbin 40 

Covington Cath. 15 

Crittenden Co. 18 

Cumberland 26 

Cumberland Co. 27 

Danville 31 

Daviess County 18 

Dayton 21 

DeSales 14 

Dixie Heights 19 

Doss 16 

duPont Manual 15 

Durrett 19 

East Carter 36 

East Hardin 15 

Eastern 12 

Edmonson County 21 

Elizabethtown 37 

Elkhom City 37 

Eminence 15 

Estill County 25 

Evarts 24 

Fairdale 7 

Fairview 28 

Fern Creek 12 

Flaget 15 

Fleming County 15 

Fleming Neon 23 

Fort Campbell 24 

Fort Knox 33 

Frankfort 24 

Franklin County 36 

Franklin-Simpson 34 

Fulton 29 

Fulton County 27 

Gamaliel 22 

Garrard County 27 

George Rogers Clark 12 

Georgetown 26 

Glasgow 30 

Green County 25 

Greenup County 24 

Hancock County 7 

Harlan 17 

Harrison County 34 

Harrodsburg 26 

Hart County 32 

Hazard 20 

Heath 28 



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Page Seven 



COACH 



CROWD 



TEAM 



SCHOOL E 

Henderson 15 

Henderson Co. 22 

Henry Clay 32 

Henry County 16 

HigMands 27 

Holmes 20 

Hopkinsville 36 

Iroquois 23 

James A. Cawood 20 

Jeffersontown 10 

Jenkins 32 

Jessamine Co. 37 

Johns Creek 26 

Johnson Central 20 

Ky. Country Day 13 

Ky. School for the Deaf 12 

Knox Central 18 

Lafayette 26 

LaRue County 23 

Laurel County 25 

Leslie County 20 

Lewis County 25 

Lloyd Memorial 7 

Lone Oak 31 

Louisa 32 

Ludlow 19 

Lynch 29 

Lynn Camp 23 

McLean 18 

Madison 25 

Madison Central 31 

Madisonville-North Hopkins 26 

Male 13 

Marion C. Moore 24 

Marion County 20 

Mayfield 22 

Maysville 19 

M. C- Napier 23 

Meade County 44 

Mercer County 23 

Metcalfe County 23 

Middlesboro 24 

M. M .1. 25 

Montgomery Co. 27 

Morgan County 31 

Mt. Sterling 24 

MuUins 24 

Murray 35 

Nelson County 30 

Newport 6 

Newport Cath. 22 

Nicholas County 26 

North Hardin 35 

North Marshall 20 

Ohio County 30 

Oldham Cotmty 23 

Owen County 14 

Owensboro 35 

Owensboro Cath. 11 

Paducah Tilghman 34 

PaintsvlUe 25 

Paris 42 

Park City 29 

Paul G. Blazer 27 

Phelps 19 

Pjkeville 14 

Pineville 27 

Pleasure Ridge Park 20 

Prestonsburg 31 

Raceland 22 

Reidland 25 

Rockcastle Co. 30 

Rowan County 14 

Russell 31 

Russell County 24 

Russellville 21 

St. Xavier 34 

Savre 20 

Scott County 28 

Seneca 18 

Shawnee 14 

Shelby County 25 

Shelb^'ville 22 

Simon Kenton 17 

Somerset 26 

Southern 28 

Stanford 29 

Stuart 10 

Tates Creek 24 

Taylor County 34 

Thomas Jefferson 16 

Todd County Central 26 

Tompkinsville 21 

Trigs County 19 

Trimble County 12 

Trinity 31 

Union County 20 

Valley 28 

Vlrgie 19 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1974 



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SCHOOL E 

Waggener 16 

Warren Central 15 

Warren East 17 

Washington Co. 25 

Wayne County 20 

Webster County 23 

West Carter 21 

Western 19 

Westport 10 

Wheelwright 21 

Whitesburg 32 

Whitley County 18 

Williamsburg 14 

Woodford County 24 



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Schools' Ratings On 
Football Officials 

The following ratings were received on football 
officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 
1973-74. The numbers following each name re- 
spe-tively represent the numbers of Excellent, 
Gcod, Fair and Poor ratings given to the official. 
Ahrens, James R., 4-5-0-2; Albright, James 
R.. 2-8-1-0: Aldridge, James R., 1-6-1-0; Allen, 
Arthur, 8-7-1-1; Allison, Roy, 0-6-0-1; Anders, 
Raleigh A., 0-4-1-1; Anderson, John G., 1-1-0-0; 
Arflin, Tracy T., 1-3-0-0; Annstrong, Alfred B., 
3-6-1-1; Austin, Tom A., 3-3-0-0; Ayers, Edward 
L., 6-3-0-1; 

Baird, James H., 0-3-0-2; Barbour, Ralph 
Barry, 1-4-1-0; Barker, David H., 0-9-1-0; Barker, 
Norman, 1-4-3-0; Barnott, John R., 1-0-0-0; 
Bartlett, Charles, 2-1-0-0; Batterson, Keith, 3-6-1- 
0; Beheler. Donald S., I-l-O-O; Bell, Clarence T., 
6-3-1-3; Bell, Ronald Keith, 5-4-1-1; Bellissemo, 
Frank, 0-4-2-0; Bernardini, Bruno, 4-2-2-2; Bero, 
James J., 0-1-1-0; Bewley, Harry G., 1-2-1-0; 
Blackford, Robert, 4-11-1-0; Blanton, Homer, 
4-4-0-1; Blevins, Donald W., 2-5-0-0; Bocook, Earl, 
1-2-0-0; Boemker. Bob, 1-4-3-3; Bogar, Joseph D., 
0-1-2-0; Bordv, Phil, 2-6-1-0; Boswell, Martin, 
9-2-0-0; Boyles, Jerry, 4-4-1-0: Bradford, Robert 
L., 5-4-1-0; Bramble, James L., 6-3-2-0; Brashear, 
Loy Ray. 1-9-0-0: Brauch, Charles, 2-11-1-1; 
Brewer. Jerry, 3-8-0-0; Brewer. Lloyd, 1-7-0-0; 
Brock, Alben. 2-5-1-2; Brotzge, Maurice J., 5-6-1- 
0: Brown, Herman G., 2-7-0-1; Brown, J. W., 
3-7-0-1; Brown, Wendell, 0-4-1-0; Brubaker, Don, 
2-2-0-1; Brubaker. John E., 1-3-0-1; Brummett, 
Don, 1-6-0-3; Bullock, Ted, 4-6-0-0: Burgess, Oley 
J., 1-2-0-0: Burke, David Dean, 2-3-1-0; Burkhart, 
James G., 0-3-1-0; Burton. James, 4-3-1-0; Burton, 
John, 2-5-3-0; Byrd, A. Gordon, 3-4-2-1; 

Canaday, Glenn, 6-4-0-0; Canady, Ray B., 
2-3-0-1; Cannon, James D., 0-3-0-0: Cargill, 
Thomas, Jr., 4-10-5-1; Carlberg. John H., 0-4-1-0: 
Carlson, David, 6-2-2-4; Carr, Billy W., 8-8-1-0; 
Carr, Lawrence W,, 8-5-0-0; Cecil. Roger, 2-3-0-0: 
Cisco. Robert N.. 2-7-1-0; Clark, John E., 1-4-0-0; 
Clark, Owen B., 3-4-1-0: Cleavenger, Ed, 10-4-1-0: 
Clemmons. Sam, 6-5-0-0; Clifford, Michael T., 
0-2-1-1; Cline, Nick. 7-7-1-2; Clusky, Joe. 
0-0-1-0; Coleman. Louis. 0-3-0-0; Colley, Rev. 
Edward D., 0-4-0-0: Colley. Lynn W., 4-3-1-0: 
Collin.s, Charles. 1-5-2-1; Collins. Ron, 9-6-0-1; 
Conlin. Martin T.. 0-1-0-0: Cook. Arthur. 0-1-0-0; 
Cook. Richard. 8-2-1-0; Copley, Sidney M., 0-2-0- 
0: Corbett. Byron. 0-6-0-0: Comwell. Bobbv, 
2-1-0-0; Cornwell. James. 10-8-1-0: Courtnev, 
James Dennis. I -0-0-0; Cowan, Larry G., 5-5-1-0; 



Cowan, R. L., Sr., 4-4-1-0; Cox, Clarence "Chuck", 
0-0-0-1; Cox, Colin Kelly, 3-13-0-1; Craft, Albert 
B., 3-4-1-0; Creekmore, Les, 8-6-0-2; Crider, Ray, 
1-6-0-1; Crutcher, Marion, 4-4-0-0; Cullen, Charles 
"Bud", 5-4-1-0; Culp, Willard E., 6-1-0-0; 
Curnutte, Ivan, 5-2-0-1; Current, Ellis Ray, 
2-3-0-0; Current, Robert O., 3-3-1-0; 

Dallmann, James W., 0-2-0-0; Daopoulos, 
Jim, 2-4-0-0; Davidson, Harlan, Jr., 1-0-0-0; Davis, 
Ralph C, 5-2-0-0; Day, Richard W., 3-0-0-0; Day, 
Roy E., 7-2-0-1; Dempsey, Glenn T., 3-7-2-0; Dent, 
Don, 3-9-0-0: Denton, Wm. J., 2-7-0-3; DeSensi, 
Wm. "Chick", 5-6-0-0; Dewees, Wm. L., 3-7-1-0; 
Dickens, William D., 3-0-0-1; Douthwaite, Donald 
D., 0-1-0-0; Downs, Joseph W., 3-11-2-3; Drake, 
Richard R., 7-3-1-0; Duff, Earl, 3-11-0-0; Duff, 
William C 3-3-0-0; Duncan, James T., 12-5-1-1; 
Durden. John R., 4-3-0-0; 

Easlev, Dan W., 1-0-2-4; Ebert, Dan, 0-3-1-1; 
Eldridge, Wayne R., 2-2-0-0; Elliott, Carroll L., 
1-11-1-0; Elovitz, Carl. 6-3-0-0; Emmons, Guy W., 
2-0-3-0; Eubanks, William M., 1-6-1-2; Evans, 
Thos. D., 0-4-0-1; Evans, Willis S., Jr., 1-5-0-0; 
Ewing, Roger G., 0-3-0-0; 

Faust, Jack, 4-7-2-0: Fay, John C, 3-4-2-1; 
Feck, Richard A., 6-2-0-1: Fenimore, Clarke E., 
1-5-0-3; Ferguson, Roy, 1-3-2-1; Ferrell, Ronnie 
D., 1-2-1-0: Fields, Harold D., 3-2-1-0; Fields, 
Rickey P., Dr.. 1-3-2-0; Fields, Ronald M., 8-2-0-1; 
Fish, Leland G., 5-5-0-1: Fitzpatrick, Kenneth L., 
2-6-0-0: Flynn, Bobbv, 2-5-1-0; Fortnev, Robert 
Lee, 3-6-1-0; Foster, Berryman E., 2-4-1-0; Foster, 
J. W., 0-1-0-0: Fralev, Bill, 5-3-2-2; Frankel, Louis 
S., 2-6-2-0; Frazer. Tom Roe, 1-0-1-0; Frazier, T. 
Brewster, 1-0-0-0; Fryroar, Bill P., 7-5-0-2; Fuller, 
Wilton, 4-3-1-1: Furlong, William E., 3-7-2-1; 
Futrell, Keith M., 3-8-2-0; 

Gallaher, Jack F., 1-0-0-0; Garrett, Richard 
A., 7-4-1-0: Gastineau, Joby A., Ill, 2-3-1-2; 
Gelbke, Gilbert M., 0-7-0-3: Gentry, Dale J., 
7-9-0-2; Gettler, John F., 5-4-1-0; Gfell, George 
v., 2-6-2-1; Gibson, Richard L., 4-4-1-1; Gilkerson, 
Pat H., 1-1-0-0; Goble, Gary L., 1-0-0-0; Gordon, 
Terry A.. 2-5-1-0; Gore, Bailey, 4-0-2-1; Gorham; 
Harry C, 2-7-2-0; Gour, Bob, 15-2-1-0; Graas, 
Oscar L., 5-5-1-1; Grace, Charles K., 6-7-0-1; 
Grace, Hickory, 2-4-1-1; Graham. James E., 4-1-1- 
2; Green, Donald P.. 1-1-1-1; Greenwell, Robert 
A.. 4-7-0-0; Grefer. Thomas J,, 0-1-1-0; Griffey, 
Richard K.. 4-2-1-0; Griffin, Powell L., 1-8-3-0; 
Gross, Joe Brent, 0-2-0-0; Gupton, George, 3-3-1- 
0; Gupton, Lawrence, 2-3-2-1; Guy, N. S., 0-5-1-0; 

Hackett, Wilbur. Sr., 8-2-2-3; Hadden, N. Per- 
ry, III, 1-5-0-0: Hadden, Newell, 4-0-2-0; Hall, 
Charles E., 3-4-0-0; Hall, Samuel E., 4-4-0-1; 
Harjo. Austin A., 1-0-1-0; Harris, David L., 
4-6-1-0: Harris. James D., 1-2-1-0; Harsh. Ronald 
B., 2-9-1-0; Hawkins, Donald H., 2-7-1-0; Hawkins, 
Ed, 2-3-2-4; Hawkins, Will A., 9-1-0-0; Hedge, 



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David W., 3-9-2-0; Henderlight, Phil, 1-4-2-0; 
Henderson, Charles A., 5-1-1-3; Hendon, L. J., 
5-4-0-0; Herrick, Calvin P., Jr., 0-2-0-0; Hicks, 
Jack, 6-6-3-1; Hicks, Lafayette, 2-5-0-1; Hina, 
Henry, 9-4-1-0; Hines, Richard G., 1-12-0-0; 
Hoffman, Thomas A., 0-5-1-1; Hopson, James E., 
0-3-2-1; Horsman, Bill, 2-6-1-1; Howard, Rickey 
E., 1-5-1-0; Howard, Robert E., 2-7-1-0; Howell, 
Damon E., Jr., 1-13-0-0; Hubbard, John Douglas, 
0-7-0-0; Huffme. Gary L., 2-4-1-0; Humble, Mike, 
7-6-0-2; Hunt. Leonard D,, 2-1-2-1; Hunter, James 
E., 2-7-2-0: Hurlev, Robert. 0-2-0-0; 

Ishmael, Stephen A., 3-8-0-1: 

Jackson, Charles, Jr.. 1-0-0-0; Jackson, Ed- 
ward, 7-3-0-2; Jackson, William. 0-2-0-0; Jacoby, 
Ben W., 6-3-0-1; James, Gene, 5-2-0-0; Janes, 
Chas. W., 1-11-0-0; Jeffries, David T., 0-1-0-0; 
Johanson, Ralph G., 2-4-1-0; Johnson, Bob, 
1-1-0-0; Johnson, Gordon M., 5-4-1-0; Johnson, 
Harry A., Jr., 5-1-2-1; Johnson. Jon K.. 0-2-1-1; 
Johnson. R. Michael, 1-0-0-1; Johnson, Stan W., 
4-7-4-0: Jones, Denver, 2-6-0-0; Jones, James M., 
4-7-2-0; Jones, Paul D., 4-6-1-1: Jordon, Charles 
Michael. 0-4-0-2; Joseph, Charles S., 1-1-0-0; 

Kaufman, Alvin R., 4-7-1-0: Keller. Terry 
Joe. 1-3-3-4: Kemen. Jerry. 3-6-2-4: Kennedy, 
Jim, 2-4-1-0: Kimble. Frank, 7-0-1-0; Kimble, 
Jeffery L., 4-3-0-0: Kinnard, Robert F.. 3-5-2-0: 
Kirk, Charles, 2-9-0-0; Kirkland, Drew, 7-4-0-5: 
Klusman, Carl J.. Jr., 3-6-1-4; Kouns, Robert. 
2-0-0-1; Kratzenberg. Ralph, 3-0-0-0: Kuster, 
Thomas T.. 1-0-0-0; 

Laffertv. Mark, O-I-O-O: LaFountain, James, 
2-2-0-0: Laird, Ron, 6-2-0-1: Lambert, Irvin. 
6-5-2-0; Lange, Wm. E., Jr.. 3-6-0-2: Law. 
William J., 2-5-1-3; Lawson, Leland. 5-6-1-1; 
Leahy. Pat. 1-9-6-1; Lee. Douglas. 0-7-0-0: Lee. 
Robert, 0-2-1-0: Lee, William A.. 0-1-1-0: 
Lefevers. Colman. 1-5-0-0: Leneave. Robert E,, 
5-0-1-3: LeQuire, H. M., 1-5-0-0: Liberatore. Sam. 
3-9-0-0; Lillie. Wes. 2-6-1-2: Lindon. Bob. 
4-4-0-1: Lingo. Henrv E.. 3-4-0-0: Link. William 
Leon, 3-6-1-2; Linkes, Clifford, 2-2-0-0; Logan, 
Eli. 4-5-6-0; Logan. Michael. 1-1-0-1: Long. James 
E.. 6-5-4-1; Lowdenback, Ed. 1-0-0-1: Lowe. Gene, 
3-6-0-0: Lowe. Stan, 7-6-1-0: Luckett. Thomas E.. 
4-0-0-0: Lusby. George. 4-5-2-0: Lvkins. James 
O., 2-1-1-1; 

McCami.sh. Dan L., 1-6-2-0; McClure, Tom, 
2-7-0-0; McCormick. Don R., 2-1-0-2: McCormick, 
Donald. 5-8-2-1: McCowan. Connell. 1-6-1-0; 
McCrav. Carl G., 3-5-1-0; McFadden. Jimmie, 
3-6-1-0: McGehee. Gordon. 0-1-0-0; McGintv. L, 
v.. Jr.. 2-6-1-1: McKenzie, Claude L.. 3-5-1-0- 
McKinnev. Adelle F.. 1-4-1-0: McLane. Albe't 1.. 
1-6-0-0: McPeek, Talmadge. 1-3-1-0; 

Malone. James F.. 2-5-1-0; Malonev, Ross H. 
"Pat". 2-1-0-1: Mang. Berry. Jr., 2-5-0-4: Mason, 
Leslie M.. 3-3-0-0: Mattingly. Charles "Pete". 
2-6-2-1; Mattinglv, Wavne C, 13-4-1-0; Mav, 
Larry, 7-1-0-0; Mayer, Ed, 0-1-0-0; Mavhew, 
William M., 1-6-0-0; Mavnard. James L.. 1-2-1-0: 
Meadors, William J., 4-6-0-0: Mercke, Frank, 
1-4-1-0: Mercker, George. 6-4-2-2: Metzger Don. 
1-10-0-2; Mick, Paul E.. 6-3-0-2: Mickey. Elhert 
M.. 0-0-0-1; Mifflin. Charles K., 3-6-0-0; Miles, 
Ralph A.. 1-0-0-0; Miller, Wm. David, 3-1-3-0: 
Milum, Kenneth J.. 1-0-3-0: Minta, John H,, 
3-6-1-0; Mitchell, Vvron W.. 7-1-4-3: Moodv, 
William R,, 3-4-0-1: Moonevhan, James H., 
10-1-0-0; Moore, Franklin. 9-4-0-0; Moore, Robert, 
6-6-1-0; Moore, Wm. Kelly, 0-2-0-0; Mordico, 
William A.. 2-5-1-0: Morgan, Richard, 0-2-4-0: 
Morse, Richard K.. 5-2-0-0: Motley. Jerry N., 
1-3-2-1; Mullannix, W. Wayne. 3-8-0-0; 

Nelson, Clarence, 5-7-1-2: Nethercutt, Bill. 
1-2-0-0; Nickell, Duane "Red". 3-1-1-1; Noland. 



Douglas, 5-4-1-0; Nord, Bert, 5-4-1-1; Norwood, 
Thomas, 10-5-1-1; 

Oldham, Ben R., 3-7-0-0; Omar, Max G., 
1-1-0-0; Omer, Harold G., 5-4-1-2; O'Nan, 
Norman, 7-8-0-0; Osborne, Lonnie, 0-2-1-0; 
Osborne, Ted G., 4-2-1-0; Osting, James E., II, 
5-6-1-0; 

Pace, Donald W.. 6-4-0-1; Padgett, R. K., 
3-3-1-0; Palas, Steve C, 2-4-0-0; Palko, Edward 
T.. 0-0-0-1; Pardue, Israel L., Sr.. 2-4-2-5; Parker, 
Bob L.. 4-7-1-1; Parsley, Clyde E., 5-5-2-0; 
Passafiume, John, 3-8-1-1; Pate, Lloyd W., 
7-2-1-0; Patterson, William C, 3-2-2-1; Paxton, 
Garv R., 2-4-0-0; Payne, Charles A.. 1-3-0-1; 
Peeno, Harry R., 10-3-0-0; Perkins, Ronnie L., 
1-7-0-0; Peterson, Bill S., 0-1-0-0; Pietrowski, 
Paul, 0-3-0-0: Pinson. Eugene, 3-2-1-0; Pirkle, 
Paul S., 4-6-2-2; Pittman, Spencer, 2-2-0-0; 
Powell, Calvin C, 2-4-1-0; Powell, Logan, 
3-3-1-2: Powers, Clark V., 3-4-1-0; Powers, 
Elmer. 0-6-0-1; P'Pool, Lanny E., 3-1-0-0; Pugh, 
Robert B.. 7-3-1-0; 

Quehl, Bud, 6-2-1-3; 

Ramev, Roy, 0-2-0-0; Rapp, William C, 
6-1-0-0: Raque, Ron, 2-9-0-0; Rascoe, Robert B.. 
3-5-3-3; Rawdon. Richard M.. Jr., 4-4-1-1; Read, 
Frederick K., 2-3-2-4; Reddmgton, Jim, 3-7-1-0; 
Reece, Jerry T., 2-7-0-0; Reed, Gordon "Moe", 
7-6-0-0; Reeves, Curtis R., 3-7-0-0: Renfro, James 
H., 5-1-2-1; Riggs, C. Dennis, 5-6-2-0: Ring. Bill, 
3-1-2-1; Roark, Jimmy W., 2-1-0-0; Roberts, 
James E., 2-6-0-1: Robinson, Jack, 0-2-0-0: Robv, 
James B., 1-12-1-0: Rodgers. Tom H., 3-1-0-1; 
Rogers, Eldridge, 10-4-0-2; Rose, Robert L., Jr., 
1-9-0-1: Rosen, William H., 0-2-1-0; Rouse, 
Donald J., Jr., 4-0-1-0: Russell, Garv, 8-3-1-1; 
Russman, Godfrey F., Jr., 4-8-2-0; Rvan, David B., 
0-5-0-0; 

Sammons, C. J.. 0-1-1-0: Sanders. Mel, 
6-5-2-1; Sanks. David, 6-5-0-0: Sapp, Edward, 
5-6-0-0: Sargent, Steven F.. 2-5-0-0: Satterlv. 
Grant G.. 3-2-2-0: Saviors. Carlee. 7-0-0-4; 
Schmitt. Paul E., 0-2-0-0: Schuble, Charles E., 
5-8-0-0: Schultz, Frank D., 1-4-1-0; Scott, W. L. 
"Bill". 3-7-1-0; Selvv. Curt. 4-7-5-0: Sesher, 
James, 5-6-0-0: Shanks, Thomas E., 3-7-0-0; 
Sharo, Jerrv Wavne, 1-2-2-0; Sharp. Mike, 1-3-1- 
1; Sharp, Ronnie, 1-2-2-0: Shelton, Donald R., 
1-1-0-0: Shelton. James S., 1-1-0-0: Shontee, 
Raymond T., 1-2-0-0: Simms, Clarence, 7-5-0-0; 
Simpson, James H., 1-1-0-1: Simpson. O. J., 
1-3-3-0: Sizemore. Aster. 3-10-2-0: Sligh. James 
E.. 1-4-4-0: Small. David E.. 1-9-6-0: Smith, 
Joseph E.. 4-3-0-1; Sohan. John P.. 1-8-6-2; South. 
Stanley P.. 2-5-0-0: Spath. William J.. 1-8-5-0: 
Snaulding. Johnny R., 0-5-1-0: Stalev, Jerrv 
"E.G.". 3-7-0-1: Staples, Jerry, 4-10-0-1; Staten, 
•Toseph B.. 3-6-2-0: Staten. Mike, 5-4-2-1; 
Stephenson. Elmer B.. 3-2-0-0: Steohenson. Harry, 
2-1-1-1: Stiene, Richard. 5-6-0-1: Stohr. James J., 
0-1-0-0: Stoup. R. D., 2-2-1-1; Strain, Richard, 
2-5-1-2: Streible, Ronnie D.. 4-2-0-0; Streicher. 
Richard A., 1-4-0-4: Stuedle, Rav, 2-6-3-0; 
Stumbo, Jack, 4-5-1-0: Stutler. Joe. 3-8-1-0: 
Sullivan. A. G.. 0-4-1-0: Sutton. James A.. 0-0-0-2: 
Swarts. Joseph C. 5-2-0-0: Swauger, Gan- B., 
0-2-0-0: Swinford. John. 4-3-1-1; 

Talbot. William G., Ill, 4-5-0-0: Tate, Charles 
F., 1-0-1-1: Tate, Ken. Jr.. 2-3-0-0; Tavlor. James 
R.. 2-5-3-0: Thomas. Charles E., 0-2-0-0: Thomas, 
Raymond E, 5-7-2-3: Thomas. Raymond Earl, 
4-3-3-0: Thompson. Harrie G.. 1-0-0-0: Thompson, 
Michael J., 0-0-1-0: Thomoson. Thomas D., 
9-3-0-0: Thomoson. Victor Neil. 7-8-0-0: Thornton. 
Daniel. 5-2-1-2: Timmering, George E.. 8-4-0-2; 
Trabue, David, 0-1-0-0; Trapp. Charles W., 
0-4-0-0; Treas. Joe W., 5-3-2-1; Treible, Chuck, 



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1-10-1-0; Trombley. Norman J., 3-4-1-0; Tucker 

Charles N.. 2-5-0-2; Tuitele, Matthew V. l' 
3-2-0-2: Turley, Howard, 5-9-4-2; Turner, Charles 
W., 3-3-0-0; Tye, Josh, 1-4-2-1; 

Varner. Ray G.. 5-4-0-0; Vaughn, Wm E 
4-6-0-0; Vest. David G., 6-3-0-1; 

Wade, Bill, 1-1-0-0; Waide Harry D 
11-1-0-1; Waldrop, Harold, 1-3-1-0; Walker, Joe 
D.. 2-5-4-3; Waller, Bobbie, 7-4-0-0; Wanchic 
Nick, 3-4-1-1; Ward, Tommv, 1-6-0-0; Washer' 
James P. 6-8-0-0; Watson, George F., 5-3-0-1 " 
Weaver, Clyde Ivan, 0-1-1-1; Weaver Ray' 
6-6-2-1; Weber, Thomas C, 5-6-2-0- Wedge' 
Denny, 4-7-2-0; Wetzel, Ralph M., ' O-O-l-O' 
Wheeler, Wm. E., 0-0-0-2; Whitehead, Christo- 
pher, 1-6-2-0; Whitt, Michael D., 0-1-0-0- Wilbert 
Donald A., 3-10-1-1; Wilcox. Ursal R.' 3-4-3-0- 
1 , f'x i?r'^'- 5-7-2-0; Williams, James U.', 
1-4-1-0: Wilson, Aubrey C, Jr., 5-4-1-1; Wilson 
Louis O.. 3-2-0-0: Wilson, Nellus R 2-2-1-1- 
ffl 9°n- w°°^''°Ti> 0-2-0-0; Winfrey, Wm. Steven', 
2-8-2-0; Wood^ Walter A., Jr.. 5-3-0-1; Woodson 
Douglas, 0-2-0-0; Wright, Dale, 1-3-2-3; Wright 
Howai^d L.. 8-3-1-2; Wright, Jim, 4-4-0-0- Wright' 
John David, 2-10-1-1; Wuertz, John R., 4-5-1-1-' 
Wulfeck, Jim, 4-5-2-1; 

Yarbrough. Rov D., Jr 6-4-1-0- 

7 Q ^^n^^'"''' ^T^""^ J- 3-5-1-1; Zimmer, Tom, 
7-9-2-0; Zogg, Joe F., 1-0-0-0. 



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Wrestling Early Season Questions 

(Continued from Page Five) 
period, the referee gives wrestler A the choice of 
position and the choice should have been given 
to wrestler B^ Wrestler A chooses the offensive 
position and shortly thereafter, pins wrestler B 
Huling: This is not a correctable error regardless 
ot when It was discovered. There is no provision 
for permitting the match to be re-started in this 
situation The rules do provide for restarting the 
match when the wrestler is placed in the wrong 
position at the beginning of the third period. 

26. Situation: In the second period of a match 
Al gasps for breath and requests a time-out which 
IS granted. While his coach and team trainer are 
attending him at the side of the mat he is given 
special medication to reheve his congestion It is 
explained that he is asthmatic and unable to 
wrestle a full match without medication. 
Ruling: Al must be disquahfied and the match 
awarded to his opponent by default. The use of 
special medication to relieve pre-existent condi- 
tions will cause the offending wrestler to be dis- 
qualified. 

27. Situation: During a closely contested match 
the coach of team B becomes abusive. His conduct 
is such that the referee requests he be removed 
from the gym and 1 team point deducted. Follow- 
ing the end of the match, the referee purposely 
delays signing the scorebook and waits at the of- 
ficial's table until the coach returns to the gym to 
take care of his post-meet obUgations. At that 
point the referee deducts an additional team point. 
Ruling: The referee was in error. There is no pro- 
vision authorizing him to penalize a team for un- 
sportsmanlike conduct after the meet has been 
completed. He was correct in deducting a team 
point and asking the coach to be removed for the 
abusive conduct during the match. There is, how- 
ever, no double penalty for this infraction. 

28. Situation: During a dual meet, a match ends 
with the score 6-4. Bl is the apparent winner and: 
(a) Al refuses to participate in the end-of-match 



procedure: or (b) Al strikes Bl after the match is 
over and goes directly to his team bench. 
Ruling: In (a) there will be one team point deduct- 
ed from team A's score and team B will receive 
3 points for the decision earned by Bl. In (b), the 
act by Al is flagrant and will be penalized by dis- 
qualification of Al and one point will be deducted 
from team A's score for unsportsmanlike conduct. 
Team B will be awarded 6 points because of the 
disqualification of Al. 

29. Situation: During a tournament match, the 
coach and manager of team A occupy the chairs 
reserved for such use in the restricted area. As 
the match, which is closely contested, progresses, 
the assistant coach of team moves into this area. 
When he notices this, the referee notifies the 
coach of A that only two persons may be in the 
restricted area. There is no movement on the part 
of any of the three team attendants to vacate the 
area as the referee returns to the center of the 
mat to re-start the match. 

Ruling: This constitutes unsportsmanlike con- 
duct, and the referee will deduct one team point 
from team A's score. There is no warning prior 
to this penalty. The rules clearly explain that only 
two attendants may be in the restricted area dur- 
ing tournament competition. Failure to comply 
with the referee's instructions constitutes unsports- 
manlike conduct. 

30. Situation: During a tournament in which 
mat judges are being used, those judges remain 
seated opposite the red and green arcs and near 
the edge of the mat. 

Ruling: The positions described are proper when 
beginning the match. However, in order to best 
accomplish their purpose, the mat judges are au- 
thorized, in fact, encouraged to move along the 
mat edge in order to observe significant action. 
The use of mat judges is designed to minimize 
human error and assist the referee. It is not pos- 
sible for mat judges to observe all of the action 
when seated in one spot. Mat judges are not au- 
thorized to be in the inbounds area during the 
match. 

31. Situation: In a tournament mat judges are 
being used in the finals. During the 138-pound 
match with the wrestlers near the boundary, one 
mat judge observes a full nelson which cannot 
be observed by either the referee or the mat judge. 
He stands and gives the signal for an illegal hold. 
The referee glances at him and the other mat 
judge who is not standing and does not stop the 
match. 

Ruling: The referee is in complete control of the 
match in progress: If only one match judge stands 
and the referee does not believe there is any 
questionable situation existing, he is not required 
to stop the match. 

Comment: The mat judge's authority during a 
given match is limited. The use of mat judges is 
intended to assist the referee in administering the 
rules. The procedure for mat judges calling the 
referee's attention to a situation is also limited. In 
the foregoing, the referee should have stopped the 
match when one mat judge gave the signal for an 
illegal hold, if he were not in a position to ob- 
serve such an infraction. This decision to stop the 
clock rests solely with the referee. 

32. Situation: During a tournament, mat judges 
are being used in the championship finals. At the 
end of the championship match at one weight, the 
score is tied, and an overtime is necessitated. Is it 
required that two judges be assigned to observe 
the overtime? 



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Ruling: No, the mat judges will serve as over- 
time judges. These men will serve in the dual ca- 
pacity during the overtime. 

Comment: When mat judges are being used during 
tournament championship or consolation champ- 
ionship matches they will serve as judges during 
overtimes to assist the referee in determining su- 
perior wrestling ability, should the overtime end 
in a tie. These men will also assist the referee in 
administering the rules during the overtime. How- 
ever, when mat judges are not being used and an 
overtime requires the use of judges, these men do 
not have authority to serve as mat judges. Their 
responsibility is limited to judging the overtime 
only. In this situation, they do not have authority 
to assist the referee in the administration of the 
rules. 

33. Situation: During a tournament, team A ex- 
presses a desire to: (a) film matches using 16mm 
movie film; or (b) video tape. The coach of team 
A explains that he wishes to record the action of 
his wrestlers for review during the practice the 
following week. 

Ruling: Except as authorized by individual state 
high school associations, filming tournament 
matches is prohibited in both (a) and (b). In the 
situation described, the state high school associa- 
tions would probably authorize such filming be- 
cause it is not to be used for coaching purposes 
during the tournament in progress. 



FILMS 

(Continued from Inside Cover) 

The fundamentals and finer points of infield 
play at first and third bases are illustrated by big 
league players. Fielding, stance, throwing, tagging 
runners, etc., pictured often in slow motion. Spon- 
sored by A. G. Spalding Co., the American and 
National Leagues. 

INSIDE BASEBALL, j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 

Fundamentals of baseball, including pitching, 
batting, fielding, and base-running, are demonstra- 
ed. Note: This film was placed with the library 
through the courtesy of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association. 

OCTOBER, MADNESS— THE WORLD SERIES, 

e-j-s-c-a, 2 ¥4 reels, $1.00 

Shows many of the unforgettable feats per- 
formed by players as they happened in World 
Series past. Dramatic plays that made everlasting 
heroes are highlighted along with the anguish felt 
by the victims. (KHSAA) 

PITCHING STARS OF BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 

reels, $1.00 

Shows four of the leading pitchers in action. 
Types of pitches and methods of practice are por- 
trayed. 

PLAY BALL, SON, j-s, IV2 reels, $2.50 

Joe Cronin introduces this film showing a 
group of fourteen-year-old boys who are experts 
in baseball. Correct methods of hitting, catching, 
and throwing are demonstrated in natural and 
slow-motion. Based on book by Bert V. Dunne. 

THROWING IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $1.50 
Slow motion, close-up and stop photography 
are used in presenting the basic fundamentals of 
throwing in baseball. Instructions are given for the 
overthrows, three-quarter side, side, and under- 



hand throws. Coordination of foot and arm mo- 
tion is stressed, as well as coordination of the 
body as a whole. 

TOUCHING ALL BASES, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $1.00 
This film is intended to teach youngsters base- 
ball by showing various American League stars 
playing their positions. It is also intended to give 
fans as a whole a better understanding and knowl- 
edge of the national pastime. The film shows 
Father Flanagan and his Boys Town team, the 
Hall of Fame Ceremonies in Cooperstown, N. Y., 
and scenes from night baseball games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1954, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, $1.00 
Highlights of the game between the Cleveland 
Indians and tlie New York Giants are shown in 
this film. The Giants, sparked by the sensational 
hitting of Rhodes, defeated the Indians in four 
straight games. The Indians had set a record for 
the number of games won in winning the Ameri- 
can League pennant. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1955, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Yankees 
are shown in this film. The commentary leading 
up to each game makes the film interesting as the 
Dodgers win the world championship. 

THE IMPIRE IN BASEBALL, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 

$1.00 

Summarizes importance of the umpire to the 
baseball game. Explanation of the duties of the 
umpire and also qualifications for job, showing 
where they receive their training. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1957, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $1.00 
The American League champion New York 
Yankees carry the series the full seven gams be- 
fore bowing to the Milwaukee Braves, champion 
of the National League. The film catches most of 
the hitting and shows the plays in which runs 
were scored in each game. The narrator. Lew 
Fonseca, describes the play and fills in the back- 
ground with interesting bits of information con- 
cerning the game. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1959, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The highlights of the six games played in the 
series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the 
Chicago White Sox are shown in this film. The 
Dodgers won the series by defeating the White 
Sox four games to two. Most of the scoring plays 
are filmed, along with many of the outstanding 
defensive plays. The color that goes with these 
games is captured in the film. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1960, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

Exciting moments of the seven games between 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
carried the series its full seven games before bow- 
ing to National League Pittsburgh Bucs. High- 
lights of all seven games are shown and the ac- 
tion described. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1961, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

Narrated by Mel Allen, this film shows the 
Cincinnati Reds were able to win only the second 
game in the series against the New York Yankees. 
Superb pitching of Whitey Ford and batting power 
of the Yankees brought them the world's cham- 
pionship after five games. 



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WORLD SERIES OF 1962, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Key plays from all seven games are shown as 
the New York Yankees of the American League 
retain the world's championship by defeating the 
San Francisco Giants by the score of 1-0 in the 
final game. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1963, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 

color, $1.00 

Shows highlights of games in which the Los 
Angeles Dodgers won the baseball championship 
by defeating the New York Yankees in four 
straight games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1964, j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 Min.) 

color, $1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals topped the New York 
Yankees in the first game, 9-5, and went on to win 
the series to become the world's champions for 
1965. Covers all the exciting plays in the games. 

WORLD SERIES OF 1965. e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

Shows highhghts of the games in which the 
Minnesota Twins take the first two games at Min- 
neapolis from Los Angeles and the Dodgers come 
back to win the next four games with Sandy 
Koufax pitching the seventh game for the world's 
champion. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1966, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The Baltimore Orioles amazed the sports 
world as they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 
in four straight games to win the world champion- 
ship. Even the great Sandy Koufax and Don 
Drysdale could not silence the bats of Frank Rob- 
inson and Brooks Robinson. Shows the action plays 
in all four games. (KHSAA) 



WORLD SERIES OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels, color, 

$1.00 

The St. Louis Cardinals need the full seven 
games to win the championship over the Boston 
Red Sox. Harry Carey narrates the play as Jim 
Lonborg, aided by slugger Carl Yastremski. wins 
two games for the Sox but cannot match the three 
wins by Bob Gibson of the Cards. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1968, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 
Min.), color, $1.00 

The Detroit Tigers, playing in the World 
Series for the first time in twenty-three years, 
beat the St. Louis Cardinals by four games to 
three. The Cardinals took a 3 to 1 lead but the 
Tigers came back to win the series. Mickey Lolich 
won three games for the Tigers. Bob Gibson won 
two games for the Cardinals but was the loser in 
the final game. (KHSAA) 

WORLD SERIES OF 1969, e-j-s-c-a, 4 reels (44 

Min.), color, $1.00 

The New York Mets, National League Cham- 
pions, defeated the American League winner, Bal- 
timore, for the world championship. The Mets 
won four straight games after the Orioles took 
the first one at Baltimore. Shows dazzling de- 
fensive plays which highlighted the series. 
(KHSAA) 



Letter from Commissioner 

(Continued from Page Four) 

lodging, transportation, and meals because of his 
representing the district at the annual meeting. 
Sincerely yours, 
J. B. Mansfield 
Commissioner 



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WOODFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
1974 CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING TEAM 




(Left to Righl) Fropt Row: Johnny Thomas. George Smilh, John WUson, Gary Hillock. 
Second Row: Billy McDaniel, Wayne Campbell. Bruce Boggs, Kevin Rankin. Third Row: 
Doug Strallon, Vaughn Cordell, Jeff Fitch (Most Outslanding Wrestler), Coach Ron Becker. 



Official Organ of tite 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



MARCH 1974 



INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP WINNERS 
STATE WRESTLING TOURNAMENT 




(Lefl lo Right) Front Row: 98-Mark Wahle, St. Xavier: 105-Tony Harris, Hopkinsville; 112-James Watkins, Cald- 
well County; 119-Rick Barker, Newport Catholic; 126-Denny Passafiume, St. Xavier; 132-Steve Smith, Ballard; 138- 
Wayne Campbell, Woodford County; 145-Clipson Jones, Belfry; 155-Jeff Fitch (Most Outstanding Wrestler), Woodford 
County: 167-Ted Lineberry, Doss; 185-Chris Purcell, Flaget; Heavyweight-Kelly Kirchbaum, North Hardin. 

K.H.S.A.A. AREA BASEBALL REPRESENTATIVES 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Jerry Kinunel, Beechmonl; Don Hardin, Morehead; Bunny Davis, Danville; Jim John- 
son, Frankfort; Pete Mallingly, Louisville; W. P. Russell, Murray. Second Row: Richard Morgan, Londo^; Carroll El- 
liott, Elizabethtown; Dale Griffith, Ashland; Eldridge Rogers, Hopkinsville; Kenneth Ashley, Science Hill; James A. 
Mooneyhan, Franklin. Third Row: Richard Urlage, Fort Thomas; Shelby Winfrey, Campbellsville; Al Giordano, Prince- 
ton; Bill Ring, Lexington; Buddy Roe, Isom. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI— NO. 8 



MARCH, 1974 



$1.00 Per Year 



The K.H.S.A.A. Is 

There seems to be a misconception in some 
areas, as to the purpose, the structure, the duties, 
and powers of the Association. Frequently it is 
said by the news media, laymen and sometimes 
school people that the "K.H.S.A.A. said ....," 
"the K.H.S.A.A. did not," and "the K.H.S.A.A. 
will not." What does this mean? What is the 
K.H.S.A.A.? The inference of such statements is 
that the Association is a small group of individuals 
at the top, imposing and dictating their policy to 
all involved in interscholastic athletics. Nothing is 
further from the truth. 

In 1917 a group of educators met to discuss 
the growing problems of athletics. The eighteen 
schools represented were the charter members of 
the K.H.S.A.A. Since that time the number has 
increased to include all the accredited high 
schools. In 1936-37 there were 572 but consolida- 
tion of schools has caused the number to decrease 
to 329 in 1973-74. The Constitution and By-Laws 
adopted at that time stated its object shall be the 
development, regulation and purification of the 
athletic activities in this state. 

The authorization for the Association's exist- 
ence is K.R.S. 156.160. It states in part "No indi- 
vidual should represent a school in games, meets 
or tournaments unless the activities are conducted 
by appropriate secondary school authorities and 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association." 
Resolution of the State Department states that no 
school shall engage in interscholastic athletics un- 
less it is a member of the Association. A Federal 
Court Decree in 1971 indicated that the Associa- 
tion was accountable to the State Department of 
Education. The assets of the Association belong to 
the member schools as indicated in the Constitu- 
tion as to their disposal if the Association should 
be dissolved. The State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction's representative is present at meetings 
of the Board of Control. 

The structure of the Association has not 
changed, in general, since its inception. Each school 
joins the Association annually through its princi- 
pal. The Constitution and By-Laws are determined 
by a Delegate Assembly at an annual meeting. 
TTiis group is composed of one representative for 
each of the sixty-four basketball districts, each 
delegate being elected by the principals of the 
schools in the district. 

The Constitution provides for the creation of a 
Board of Control composed of eight principals 
and two blacks, who are certified employees of a 
Board of Education. The Directors are elected by 
the principals and can serve only one four year 
term. Each of the eight principals represent two 
of the sixteen basketball regions. Each black di- 
rector represents eight regions. Some of the 
powers of the Board of Control are the general 
supervision of the Association, employ the 



executives, establish tournaments and meets, and 
decide all questions and perform duties not pro- 
vided for in the Constitution. 

The Commissioner and Assistants are em- 
ployed by the Board of Control. The duties of the 
Commissioner are set forth in the Constitution, 
some being to act as executive officer, prepare 
and receive reports, interpret the Constitution, en- 
force penalties provided, conduct meets and tour- 
naments, register officials and conduct rules clin- 
ics. The powers of the Commissioner are specific 
and he is bound by the rules of the Association 
in that he can not change or set aside any regula- 
tion unless it so states in the By-Laws. In inter- 
preting the rules regarding a contestant's eligi- 
bility as pertains to age, number of semesters, pre- 
ceding semester enrollment, current semester 
grades, scholarship and transfer, he is governed 
by the rules. 

Numerous other items are spelled out as to 
the number of contests, interstate contests, post- 
season games, all-star games, practice of sports- 
manship, duties of the principal and all the tour- 
nament and meet regulations governing all sports. 
These things are determined by the rules and not 
by the whim of the Commissioner or Board of 
Control. 

When it is heard that the Commissioner or the 
Association declared an athlete ineligible it should 
be understood that it was not a "ruling" but a rule 
that made him ineligible. And remember the rules 
are made by the leaders of the educational pro- 
gram for all the member schools. Who else should 
be better qualified to make the rules and regula- 
tions for interscholastic athletics than these 
people. 



State Wrestling Team Results 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the 
site for the State Wrestling Tournament held on 
February 15-16. Mr. OrviUe Williams of the Sen- 
eca High School was manager for the tournament. 
The team results are as follows: 

1 Woodford County 541-2, 2. Fern Creek 47, 3. 
Flaget, CaldweU County 42, 5. St. Xavier 40, 6. 
Trinity 39, 7. North Hardin 27, 8. Campbell County 
22 9 Ballard 21, 10. Doss 20 V2, 11. Newport Cath- 
olic 20, 12. Seneca 19, 13. Paducah Tilghman 17, 
14. Tates Creek, Belfry 15, 16. HopkinsviUe 14, 
17. Henderson County 13, 18, Lafayette 12y2, 19. 
Durrett 10, 20. Fort Campbell 9%, 21. Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Frankfort 9, 23. Eastern 8, 24. Union 
County 71-2, 25. Conner 7, 26. Westport 5, 27. Cov- 
ington Holmes 4^72, 28. Franklin-Simpson, Owens- 
boro 4, 30. Newport, Waggener 3, 32. Jefferson- 
town 2 ¥2, 33. Simon Kenton, Oldham County 2, 
35. Christian County IVz, 36 .Western, Harrison 
County, Danville 1. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1974 



VOL. XXXVI— NO. 



MARCH, 1974 



Published monlhlr, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Auodallo;! 
Office of Publication, S60 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second clan pottage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant Edltoi JEAN BATSEL 

AssUlant Editor TOM MILLS 

Asaiatant EdUor -.. LOOTS STOUT 

AssUtanf EdUor BILLY V. WISE 

Laxlngton, Kentucky 
BOAHD OF CONTHOL 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-l$7t), LouUvllle 

Vice-President W. P. Wheeler (I971-I975), Owensboro 

Director* J. C. Cantrell (1S70-1974), VaUey Station: 

J. Thomas Creamer (1973-1975), Maytville; Howard R. 
CrUtenden (1973-1977), Murray; Andrew J. Fulti (1972- 
1976), OUve Hill; Arthur R. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. 
Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; James R. WU- 
liams (1973 1977), Somerset; Hoy L. Winchester (1S70- 
1974), Bethlehem. 



REPORTS PAST DUE 

1 . School's Report on Basketball Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Spring Meets 

Tentative dates have been set for the various 
spring meets and tournaments in rifle marksman- 
ship, baseball, track, golf and tennis. They are as 
follows: 

April 17, State Rifle Championship 

May 13, regional golf tournaments (sites giv- 
en below) 

May 14-17, district baseball tournaments (sites 
given below) 

May 18, regional track meets (sites given 
below) 

May 21-22, state golf tournaments 

May 23-25, regional baseball tournaments 
(sites given below) 

May 25, state track meets 

May 28-29, Boys' Individual State Golf Tour- 
nament 

June 1, regional tennis tournaments (sites 
given below) 

June 3-6, State Baseball Tournament 

June 7-8, State Tennis Tournament 

Attention, Principals! 

Under the requirements of K.H.S.A.A. By- 
Law 28-3, head baseball coaches and registered 
baseball officials are required to attend at least 
one rules interpretation clinic. 

The schedule for the baseball clinics is given 
below. Principals of member schools sponsoring 
baseball teams should not allow their teams to 
begin their 1974 schedules unless there has been 
compliance with the rule mentioned. 

Clinic Schedule 

February 3 (1:00 P.M.) — Holmes High School, 

Covington 
February 10 (2:30 P.M.) — Brown Building, Louis- 
ville 
March 10 (1:00 P.M.) — 'Western Ky. University, 

Bowling Green 
March 18 (7:00 P.M.) — Somerset High School 
March 19 (7:00 P.M.) — Middlesboro High School 
March 20 (7:00 P.M.) — Hazard High School 



March 21 (7:00 P.M.) 

School, Paintsville 
March 22 (7:00 P.M.) 

School, Ashland 
March 24 (2:30 P.M.) - 

Le.xington 
March 25 (7:00 P.M.)— i 
March 26 (7:00 P.M.) 
March 27 (7:00 P.M.) 

School 
March 28 (7:00 P.M.) 
March 29 (7:00 P.M.)— 



— Johnson Central High 

— Paul G. Blazer High 

Henry Clay High School, 

Campbellsville High School 
Hopkinsville High School 
Paducah Tilghman High 

Owensboro High School 
Elizabethtown High School 



K.H.S.A.A. Girls Schools 

Angela Merici Louisville District 22 

Assumption Louisville District 28 

Holy Rosary Louisville District 23 

LaSalette Academy Covington District 34 

Louisville Collegiate Louisville District 25 

Margaret Hall Versailles District 41 

Mercy Academy Louisville District 25 

Notre Dame Academy Covington District 34 

Our Lady of Providence Newport District 35 

Presentation Academy Louisville District 25 

Sacred Heart Academy Louisville District 26 

Villa Madonna Covington District 34 

Fencing Championship 

The first High School Boys and Girls Fencing 
Tournament will be held on March 23, 1974, in 
Ursuline Gym, 3105 Lexington Road, Louisville, 
Kentucky 40207. Sacred Heart Academy will host 
this event. 

Men's Foil 10:00 A.M. 

■Women's Foil 11:00 A.M. 

Men's Epee 1:00 P.M. 

Men's Sabre 2:00 P.M. 

For additional information contact Bill Long, 
Southern Junior High School, 4530 Bellevue Ave- 
nue, Louisville, Kentucky 40215. 

Corresponding Dates For Basketball 

Article VIII, Section 3-d, of the K.S.A.A.A, 
Constitution states: "If 'corresponding date' ap- 
pears in a football or basketball contract. Thanks- 
giving Day is the date from which the correspond- 
ing date shall be determined in football, the date 
of the district tournament final game in basket- 
ball. This rule as it applies to basketball shall go 
into effect in 1970-71." 

Since 1975 is the year that the district tourna- 
ment moves six days later in month, there is some 
confusion over the state pertaining to the sched- 
uling of basketball games. The above regulation 
applies only if the "corresponding date" is to de- 
termine the date of the second game of a contract. 
If specific dates appear on the contract for all 
games, this regulation would not apply. In 1975 
the district tournaments will be played the week 
of March 3-8. 



Attention Track Coaches 

The Rules and Regulations Governing Girls 
and Boys Regional and State Track Meets appear 
on pages 63-66 of the K.H.S.A.A. booklet. It will 
be noted that the girls' 50-Yard Dash has been de- 
leted and the Mile Run added. A girl contestant 
may compete in not more than four events. She 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1974 



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may enter no more than three track events or 
field events. A boy contestant shall not enter or 
compete in more than four events in track and/or 
field. Any number of these may be relays. 

The winner and runner-up in each event in a 
regional meet quaUfies for the State Meet, how- 
ever, only the winner will receive an expense al- 
lowance. The Classes A and AA Meets (Girls and 
Boys) will be held at Western Kentucky Univer- 
sity on May 24-25. 



In Memoriam 




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Wilbur Smith 

Mr. Wilbur Smith, the State Depai-tment's 
Consultant to the K.H.S.A.A., died last month at 
the age of 57 of a heart attack. Wilbur was a na- 
tive of Edmonson County but attended Munford- 
ville High School where he excelled as a basket- 
ball and baseball player. He graduated from 
Western Kentucky University and spent several 
years teaching and coaching. He served as prin- 
cipal at Breckinridge County and later at Caverna 
High School. 

In 1966 Mr. Smith joined the State Department 
of Education as general supervisor for instruction. 
A year later he became director for the Division 
of Elementary and Secondary Education. In 1972 
he became the executive assistant for Special In- 
structional Services. 

His coaching background continued when he 
moved to Frankfort. During his five years work- 
ing with the city Department of Recreation, Mr. 
Smith coached two junior Babe Ruth League state 
championship baseball teams, one senior Babe 
Ruth League state championship baseball team 
and was host coach for a regional junior tourna- 
ment, one of ten such tournaments ever held in 
the world. 

Mr. Smith is survived by his wife, Betty, and 
two sons, Charles and Bruce. As one admired said, 
"Both educationally, and as a sportsman, he will 
be missed for his spirit and devotion." 



BASEBALL 

Murray Region 

Christian County District — Christian County, 
Fort Campbell, Hopkinsville, Trigg County 

Murray District — Benton, Calloway County, 
North Marshall, Murray, South Marshall 

Reidland District — Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah 
Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary 

District — Cuba, Farmington. Mayfield. Wingo 

Caldwell County District — Caldwell County, 
Crittenden County, Livingston Central, Lyon 
County 

Carlisle County District — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Fulton County. Hickman County 

Ohio Counly Region 

Henderson District — Henderson, Henderson 
County, Providence. Union County, Webster 
County 

Madisonville District — Dawson Springs, Earl- 
ington, McLean County, Madisonville-North Hop- 
kins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins 

Leitchfield District — Butler County, Caney- 
ville, Clarkson, Edmonson County. Leitchfield 

Owensboro District — Apollo. Daviess County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Trinity 

Central City District — Bremen. Central City, 
Drakesboro, Graham. Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, 
Muhlenberg Central 

Ohio County District — Breckinridge County^ 
Fordsville, Hancock County, Ohio County, St. 
Romuald 

Bowling Green Region 

Bowling Green District — Bowling Green, 
Franklin-Simpson. Warren Central, Warren East 

Russellville District — Adairville, Auburn, 
Chandlers Chapel, Lewisburg, Olmstead, Russell- 
ville, Todd County Central 

Glasgow District — Allen County. Austin Tra- 
cv, Glasgow, Hiseville, Park City, Scottsville, 
Temple Hill 

Cumberland County District — Clinton Coun- 
tv, Cumberland County, Gamaliel, Metcalfe 
County, Tompkinsville 

Green County District — Caverna, Green 
Countv, Hart County, LaRue County 

District — East Hardin, Elizabethtown, 
Fort Knox. Meade County, North Hardin, West 
Hardin 

Marion County District— Adair County. 
Campbellsville, Marion County, Taylor County 

Bulhtt Central District — Bardstown, Bethle- 
hem, Bullitt Central, Nelson County, Washington 
County 

Jefferson County Region 

District — Bishop David, Butler. Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Western 

Southern District — DeSales, Iroquois, South- 
ern, Tliomas Jefferson 

District — Durrett, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Marion C. Moore 

Flaget District— Central. Flaget, Portland 
Christian. Shawnee 

St. Xavier District — Ahrens. duPont Manual. 
Male. St. Xavier 

Westport District — Ballard Eastern, Kentucky 
Academy, Waggener, Westport 

District — Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Valley 

Trinity District — Atherton. Kentucky Coun- 
try Day, Seneca, Trinity 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH 1974 



Newport Region 

Boone County District — Boone County, Con- 
ner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, 
Simon Kenton 

Newport District — Bellevue. Dayton, New- 
port, Newport Catholic 

Owen County District — Carroll County, Emi- 
nence, Gallatin County, Henry County. Owen 
County, Trimble County 

Grant County District — Grant County, Pen- 
dleton County, Walton Verona, Williamstown 

District — Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, 
Highlands, St. Thomas, Silver Grove 

Ludlow District — Beechwood, Covington 
Catholic, Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow 

Lewis County District — Augusta, Bracken 
County, Fleming County, Mason Countv, Mays- 
ville, St. Patrick, Tollesboro 

Lexinglon Region 

Georgetown District — Frankfort. Franklin 
County, Georgetown, Scott County 

Harrison County District — Bourbon County, 
Harrison County, Nicholas County, Paris 

Lexington District — Bryan Station, Henry 
Clay, Lafayette, Sayre, Tates Creek 

Boyle County District — Boyle County, Dan- 
ville, Garrard Countv, Jessamine County, Ken- 
tucky School f/t Deaf 

Shelbyville District— Oldham County, Shelby 
County, Shelbyville, Taylorsville 

Casey County District — Casey County, Crab 
Orchard, Hustonville, McKinney, Memorial, Stan- 
ford 

Madison Central District — Berea, Estill Coun- 
ty, Madison, Madison Central, Model 

Lexington Catholic District — Anderson Coun- 
ty, Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Lexington 
Catholic, Woodford County 

Middlesboro Region 

Somerset District — Burnside, Nancy, Pulaski 
County, Somerset 

Russell County District — McCreary County, 
Monticello, Russell County, Wayne County 

Hindman District — Carr Creek, Breathitt 
County. Fleming-Neon, Hindman, Jenkins, Knott 
County, Letcher. Riverside Christian, Whitesburg 

Buckhorn District — Buckhorn, Combs Me- 
morial, Hazard, M. C. Napier 

Laurel County District — Clay County, Jack- 
son County. Laurel County, Oneida Institute, 
Rockcastle County 

District — Cawood, Cumberland. Evarts, Har- 
lan, Lynch 

Lee County District — Hazel Green Academy, 
Jackson. Lee County, Owsley County, Powell 
County, Wolfe County 

Middlesboro District — Barbourville, Bell 
County, Corbin, Henderson Settlement, Lone 
Jack, Middlesboro, Whitley County 

Johnson Central Region 

Ashland District — Boyd County, Catlettsburg, 
Fairview, Holy Family, Louisa, Paul G. Blazer 

Russell District — Greenup County, Raceland, 
Russell 

Bath County District — Bath County, George 
R. Clark, Menifee County, Montgomery County, 
Mt. Sterling 

Elkhorn City District— Belfry, Elkhorn City, 
Feds Creek, Johns Creek, Phelps 



Morehead District — East Carter, Rowan Coun- 
ty, University Breckinridge, West Carter 

Johnson Central District — Ezel, Johnson Cen- 
tral, Morgan Countv, Paintsville, Salyersville, 
Sheldon Clark 

Prestonsburg District — Betsy Layne, Mc- 
Dowell, Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

District — Allen Central, Millard, Pikeville, 
Virgie 



GOLF FOR GIRLS 

Princeton Region — Caldwell County, Chris- 
tian County, Central City, Greenville, Henderson 
County, Murray. Owensboro, Trigg County 

Bowling Green Region — Allen County, Bowl- 
ing Green, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Metcalfe County, 
Scottsville, Tompkinsville 

Louisville Region — Ahrens Vocational, Bal- 
lard, Doss. Eastern, Flaget, Kentucky Country Day, 
Louisville Collegiate, Sacred Heart, Shawnee, 
Thomas Jefferson, Waggener 

Marion County Region — Bethlehem, Camp- 
bellsville, Elizabethtown, Green County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Mercer County, North 
Hardin, Taylor County 

Carroll County Region — Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Dixie Heights, 
Grant County, Oldham County^ Owen County, 
Shelbyville 

Lexington Region — George Rogers Clark, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, Harrison County, 
Henry Clay, Lafayette, Model, Tates Creek, Wood- 
ford County 

Corbin Region — Boyle County, Corbin, Cum- 
berland, Danville, Evarts, Laurel County, Lynch, 
Middlesboro, Stanford 

Ashland Region — Allen Central, Catletts- 
burg, Fleming County, Maysville, Paintsville, Paul 
G. Blazer, Prestonsburg, St. Patrick 

GOLF FOR BOYS 

Mayfield Region — Ballard Memorial, Benton, 
Caldwell County, Christian County, Ft. Campbell, 
Fulton. Fulton County, Hickman County, Hopkins- 
ville. Lone Oak, Mayfield, Murray, North Mar- 
shall, Paducah Tilghman, St. Mary, South Mar- 
shall, Trigg County 

Owensboro Region — Apollo, Breckinridge 
County. Central City, Daviess County, Greenville, 
Hancock County, Henderson, Henderson County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Meade County, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Provi- 
dence, Union County 

Park City Region — Adair County, Allen 
County, Barren County, Bowling Green, Bullitt 
Central, Campbellsville, Caverna. Clinton County, 
East Hardin, Edmonson County, Elizabethtown, Ft. 
Knox, Franklin-Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Green County, Hart County, LaRue County, Met- 
calfe County, North Hardin, Park City, Russel- 
ville, Scottsville, Taylor County, Tompkinsville 

West Jefferson Region — Ahrens Vocational, 
Bishop David, Butler, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, 
Flaget. Iroquois, Marion C. Moore, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jeffer- 
son, Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Atherton, Ballard, 
duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jef- 
ferstown, Kentucky Country Day, Male, St. Xavier, 
Seneca. Trinity, Waggener, Westport 



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Covington Region — Beechwood, Boone 
County, Carroll County, Conner, Covington Cath- 
olic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Lloyd Memorial. Ludlow, Owen County, St. 
Henry, Simon Kenton, Trimble County, Walton- 
Verona 

Campbell County Region — Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Campbell County, Dayton, Fleming 
County. Grant Couty. Highlands, Lewis County, 
Mason County, Maysville, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, St. Patrick. Silver Grove, Williamstown 

Frankfort Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station. Frankfort, Franklin County, George Rog- 
ers Clark, Georgetown, Harrison County, Henry 
Clay, Henry County, Lafayette, Lexington Catho- 
lic, " Montgomery County, Mt. Sterling, Oldham 
County, Paris, Powell County, Scott County, Shel- 
by County, Shelbyville, Tales Creek, Woodford 
County 

Springfield Region — Anderson County, 
Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle County. Burgin, 
Casey County, Danville, Harrodsburg, Jessamine 
County, Marion County, Mercer County, Nelson 
County, Russell County, Stanford, Washington 
County 

London Region — Berea Community, Burn- 
side, Corbin. Cumberland. Estill County, Evarts, 
Harlan, Laurel County, Lee County. Lynch. Mad- 
ison Central, Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, 
Pineville, Rockcastle County, Somerset, Williams- 
burg 

Paintsville Region — Allen Central, Belfry. 
Betsy Layne, Boyd County, Catlettsburg, Elkhorn 
City' FaiVview, Greenup County, Hazard, Hind- 
man, Holy Family, Jenkins, Johns Creek, Johnson 
Central, Louisa. Paintsville. Paul G. Blazer, Pike- 
ville, Prestonsburg. Raceland, Russell. Wlieel- 
wright 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

Fern Creek. Greenup County, Hazard. Hop- 
kinsville. Jeffersontown. McLean County, Male, 
Marion County. M. M. I.. Nelson County, Owens- 
boro, Paul G. Blazer, Seneca. Stuart, Thomas Jef- 
ferson. Waggener. Western. 



TENNIS FOR GIRLS 

Murray Region — Christian County. Fort 
Campbell, Hende'rson, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, 
Mavfield, Murray, North Marshall, Paducah Tilgh- 
man, St. Marv, South Marshall 

Bowling Green Region— Bowling Green, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Franklin Simpson, Glas- 
gow, Green County, Metcalfe County, Olmstead, 
RussellviUe, Tompkinsville 

Elizabethtown Region— Bardstown, Elizabeth- 
town, Fort Knox, LaRue County, Meade County, 
Nelson County, North Hardin, Owensboro, Taylor 
County 

East Jefferson Region — Ahrens, Assumption, 
Atherton, Ballard, Louisville Collegiate, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Male, Marion C. Moore, 
Mercy Academy, Sacred Heart Academy, Seneca, 
Waggener, Westport 

West Jefferson Region — Angela Merici, But- 
ler, Central, Doss, Fairdale, Flaget, Hol.y Rosary, 
Kentucky Country Day, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Presentation, Shawnee, Southern, Stuart, Thomas 
Jefferson, Western 



Bellevue Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, Henry 
County, Highlands, Holy Cross, LaSalette, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Notre Dame, Oldham County, 
Villa Madonna 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Frankfort, Franklin County, Georgetown, 
Harrodsburg, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Paris, Sayre, 
Tate? Creek, Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Boyd County, Boyle Coun- 
ty, Burnside, Danville, Evarts, George R. Clark, 
Laurel County, Middlesboro. Model, Mt. Sterling, 
Paul G. Blazer. Prestonsburg. Russell, Somerset, 
Uni\-ersity Breckinridge 



TENNIS FOR BOYS 

Murray Region — Caldwell County, Christian 
County. Fort Campbell. Henderson. Henderson 
County. Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Mavfield, Murrav, North Mar- 
shall, Paducah Tilehman. South Marshall. St. 
Mary 

Bowling Green Region — Bowling Green, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Edmonson County, 
Franklin Simpson. Glasgow. Green County. Hart 
County, Lewisburg, RussellviUe, Metcalfe County, 
Taylor County, Tompkinsville 

Elizabethtown Region — Apollo, Bardstown, 
Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, 
LaRue County, Nelson County, Shelbyville, Shel- 
by County, Meade County, North Hardin, Owens- 
boro, Owensboro Catholic 

West Jefferson Region — Bishop David, But- 
ler, Doss. Fairdale. Pleasure Ridge Park, South- 
ern, Stuart. Valley, Western 

East Jefferson Region — Ballard, Durrett, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, 
Moore, Waggener. Westport 

Louisville Region — Ahrens. Atherton. Cen- 
tral. DeSales, duPont Manual, Flaget, Iroquois, 
Kentucky Country Day, Male, St. Xavier, Shaw- 
nee, Trinity 

Bellevue Region — Beechwood, Bellevue, 
Boone County, Campbell County, Carroll County, 
Conner. Covington Catholic. Henry County, High- 
lands. Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd. New^port, New- 
port Catholic, Oldham County 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Bour- 
bon County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Georgetown. Henry Clay, Lafayette, Mil- 
lersburg Military Inst.. Paris. Sayre, Tates Creek. 
Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Boyle County. Danville, 
Evarts, George R. Clark, Harrodsburg. Hazard, 
Holv Family, Laurel County, Louisa, Middles- 
boro, Model", Mt. Sterling. Paul G. Blazer. Pres- 
tonsburg, Russell, Somerset 

TRACK ASSIGNMENTS 

Track regulations adopted by the Board of 
Control provide that the state shall be divided 
into classes and regions by the Commissioner who 
will assign the schools to the regional sites. The 
1974 assignments are as follows: 

TRACK — CLASS A GIRLS 

Fort Campbell Region — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County. Crittenden County, Earlington, 
Fort Campbell. Heath. Hickman County, Murray, 



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Providence, St Mar;.-. South Hopkins, South 
Marshall, Trigg County 

Glasgow Region — Dawson Springs, Frederick- 
Fraize. Gamaliel, Hancock County, Hiseville, 
Hughes Kirk, Lewisburg, McLean County, Park 
City, Russellville, Todd County Central, Tomp- 
kinsville 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Green County, Ken- 
tucky Country Day, Kentucky School for the 
Blind, Metcalfe County, West Hardin 

Fort Thomas Region — Augusta, Bellevue, 
Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, Dayton, Emi- 
nence, Grant County, Henry County, Ludlow, 
Nicholas County, Owen County, Our Lady of 
Providence, Villa Madonna 

Lexington Region — Burgin, Frankfort, 
Georgetown, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, 
Mavsville, Mercer County, Paris, Savre, Shelby- 
ville 

Richmond Region — Berea. Boyle County, 
Ezel, Hazard, Hindman, Jenkins, Letcher, Meni- 
fee County 

Williamsburg Region — Corbin, Evarts, Flem- 
ing-Neon, Harlan, Lynch, Lynn Camp, Riverside 
Christian, St. Camillus, Williamsburg 

Morehead Region — Bath County, Betsy Layne, 
Catlettsburg. Elkhorn City, Fairview, Johns Creek, 
Lewis County, Louisa, Mt. Sterhng, Morgan 
County. Mullins, Paintsville, Pikeville, Raceland, 
University Breckinridge, Virgie, West Carter, 
Wolfe County 

TRACK — CLASS AA GIRLS 

Paducah Region — Calloway County, Christian 
County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, North Marshall, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland 

Owensboro Region — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Henderson, Madisonville-North Hopkins Owens- 
boro, Union County, Webster County 

Glasgow Region — Adair County, Bowling 
Green, Franklin Simpson, Glasgow, LaRue Coun- 
ty, Russell County, Taylor County, Warren Cen- 
tral 

Bullitt Central Region — Breckinridge County, 
Bullitt Central, East Hardm, Fort Knox, Marion 
County, Meade County, Nelson County, Nortli 
Hardin, Oldham County, Shelby County, Wash- 
ington County 

Fort Thomas Region — Boone County, Camp- 
bell County, Conner, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Mason County, New- 
port, Notre Dame, Pendleton County 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, Harrison County, 
Henry Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Scott 
County, Tales Creek. Woodford County- 
Richmond Region — Danville, George R, Clark, 
Knox Central, Laurel County, Madison Central, 
M. C. Napier. Middlesboro. Montgomery County, 
Somerset. Whitesburg. Whitley County 

Morehead Region — Belfry, Boyd County, East 
Carter. Fleming County, Greenup County. John- 
son Central. Paul G. Blazer, Prestonsburg, Rowan 
County, Russell 

TRACK — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Flaget Region — Angela Merici, Butler, Cen- 
tral, duPont Manual, Flaget, Male, Shawnee 

Atherton Region — Atherton, Durrett, Holy 
Rosarj-, Moore, Sacred Heart, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson 



Doss Region — Beth Haven, Doss, Fairdale, 
Iroquois. Jesse Stuart, Valley. Western, Pleasure 
Ridge Park 

Ballard Region — Assumption. Ballard. East- 
ern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown. Mercy Academy, 
Seneca, Westport 

TRACK — CLASS A BOYS 

Fort Campbell Region — Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Dawson 
Springs, Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, Hickman 
County. Hughes Kirk, Murray. Providence, South 
Hopkins, South Marshall, St. Mary, Trigg County 

Glasgow Region — Allen County, Barren 
County, Bremen, Butler County, Caneyville, Ed- 
monson County, Frederick-Fraize. Gamaliel, Han- 
cock County. Hiseville, Leitchfield, Lewisburg, 
McLean County. Park City. Russellville, Todd 
County, Tompkmsville 

Greensburg Region — Bardstown, Campbells- 
ville, Caverna, Cumberland County, Green Coun- 
ty, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School f/t 
Bhnd, Metcalfe County, West Hardin" 

Boone County Region — Augusta, Bellevue, 
Bishop Brossart, Carroll County. Covington Latin, 
Dayton, Eminence. Gallatin County. Grant Coun- 
ty, Henry County, Ludlow, Nicholas County, 
Owen County. Trimble County 

Lexington Region — Burgin. Frankfort, 
Georgetown, Harrodsburg. Lexington Catholic, 
Mavsville. Mercer County, Paris. Savre. Shelby- 
viJle 

Richmond Region — Berea. Boyle County, 
Combs Memorial, Ezel, Fleming-Neon, Hazard, 
Jackson. Jackson County. Jenkins, Kentucky 
School f/t Deaf. Menifee County, Madison, Model, 
Monticello, Nancy, Wolfe County 

Williamsburg Region — Corbin, Cumberland, 
Evarts, Harlan. Lone Jack. Lynch, Lynn Camp, 
Pineville, Riverside Christian, St. Camillus, Wil- 
liamsburg 

Morehead Region — Bath County. Betsy Layne, 
Catlettsburg. Elkhorn City. Fairview, Johns 
Creek, Lewis County. Millard, Morgan County, 
Mt. Sterling, Mullins, Pikeville, Raceland, Uni- 
versity Breckinridge, Virgie, West Carter, Wheel- 
wright 

TRACK — CLASS AA BOYS 

Paducah Region — Calloway County. Christian 
County, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Mayfield. North 
Marshall. Paducah Tilghman. Reidland 

Owensboro Region — Apollo. Daviess County, 
Henderson, Henderson County, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, Owens- 
boro Catholic. Union County. Webster County 

Glasgow Region — Adair County, Bowling 
Green, Franklin Simpson, Glasgow, Hart County, 
LaRue County, Russell County, Taylor County, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

Bullitt Central Region — Breckinridge County, 
Bullitt Central. East Hardin. Elizabethtown. Fort 
Knox. Meade County. Marion County, Nelson 
County. North Hardin, Oldham County, Shelby 
County. Washington County 

Boone County Region — Boone County, Camp- 
bell County. Conner. Covington Catholic, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton County, 
Simon Kenton 

Lexington Region — Bourbon County, Bryan 
Station, Franklin County, Harrison County, Henry 



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Clay, Jessamine County, Lafayette, Scott County, 
Tates Creek. Woodford County 

Richmond Region — Bell County, Casey Coun- 
ty, Clay County, Danville, George R. Clark, James 
A. Cawood. Knox Central. Laurel County, Madi- 
son Central, M. C. Napier, Middlesboro, Mont- 
gomery County, Pulaski County, Somerset, 
Whitesburg, Whitley County 

Morehead Region — Allen Central, Belfry, 
Boyd County. East Carter. Fleming County, 
Greenup County, Johnson Central, Lewis County, 
Mason County, Paul G. Blazer, Prestonsburg, 
Rowan County. Russell. Sheldon Clark 

TRACK — CLASS AAA BOYS 

Flaget Region — Butler, Central. duPont Man- 
ual, Flaget, Male, Shawnee 

Atherton Region — Atherton. DeSales, Durrett. 
Moore. St. Xavier. Southern. Thomas Jefferson 

Iroquois Region — Beth Haven. Bishop David, 
Doss, Stuart, Valley, Western. Pleasure Ridge 
Park. Fairdale. Iroquois 

Ballard Region — Ballard. Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, 
Westport 



KAPOS NEWS 

ATTENTION: 

Principals and Cheerleader Sponsors! 

Is your school a paid-up member of KAPOS? 
If you are, and your region, your cheerleader 
squad will be eligible to compete for the top 
award: Outstanding Cheerleader Squad in the 
State Tournament. 

Included in the packet that will be given (by 
the tournament finals will be a letter pertaining 
to cheerleader squads, and will request that the 
cheerleaders of his school are bing chaperoned by 
a well-qualified, school-approved adult. The name 
of the sponsor should be included in this confir- 
mation letter. This letter must be in the hands of 
the officially appointed KAPOS Board Member 
prior to the time that your cheerleaders take the 
floor. There will always be some one there to take 
your letter and to counsel with you. 

REGISTRATION FOR CHEERLEADERS 

Please stop by the KAPOS desk in Freedom Hall 
to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up your envelope which contains the 
KAPOS handbook and other tournament informa- 
tion. 

Along with a KAPOS board member there 
will be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist 
you. They can be identified by their hostess arm- 
bands. Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn 
they may seek your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to 
make their task easier, we are asking that you 
register your seat, row and section number. A pos- 
sible radio interview is often missed because the 
guides can not locate the desired person in time 
for the interview. 

HOSPITALITY ROOM 

May we remind all sponsors and cheerleaders 
that KAPOS has a Hospitality Room, located in 
Freedom Hall. Besides the opportunity to socialize 
with friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps get 
help with your problems, you can have free re- 



freshments. Be sure to register when you come 
to the Hospitality Room. 

STATE-AT-LARGE AND 
STATE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS 

Beginning with the District Tournaments, all 
squads that are paid up members of KAPOS are 
eligible to compete for the honor of representing 
that District in their Region. The winner from each 
Region is eligible to compete for the title of 
Champion-of-the-State-at-Large. 

Judging for the State-at-Large winners will 
take place at 8:30 a.m. on Friday in Atherton 
School gymnasium. We are grateful to the admin- 
istrators for their generosity in opening the doors 
of their school to us for this competitive event. 
We trust that they will have no cause to fault our 
behavior. All cheerleaders and guests will be ex- 
pected to be remindful that they are guests in 
the "home" of Atherton School. 

It is possible for the winner of the State Tour- 
nament to be also the winner of the State-at- 
Large. The judging instrument to be used for the 
State-at-Large competition will be identical to 
the one used for the Region. The instrument to be 
used for the State Tournament will be enclosed in 
the packet given out by the K.H.S.A.A. officials 
to the respective winners of the sixteen regions. 

GOVERNOR FORD DECLARES 
SPORTSMANSHIP WEEK 

While every week should be Good Sportsman- 
ship Week. KAPOS has always tried to put special 
emphasis on being a good sport at State Tourna- 
ment time. Being a good sport is part of being a 
good citizen. KAPOS doesn't believe that good 
citizens need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting at 
tournament time to remind all citizens that it is 
a privilege to be able to attend the games and 
that each individual can contribute to the success 
of the tournament if he will abide by the KAPOS 
Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 
Ford. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

State Champion-at-Large: The winner will 
receive the Ted Sanford trophy while the runner- 
up will receive the Jane Meyer trophy. Ribbons 
will be given for honorable mention. These 
awards will be given during the half-time of the 
first game Friday afternoon. 

State Tournament: winner, first place trophy: 
runner-up, second place trophy; honorable men- 
tion, ribbon. These awards will be given at the 
close of the final game on Saturday night. All 
cheerleaders are asked to wear their uniforms 
and to assemble in the KAPOS Hospitality Room 
during the half-time of the final game. All Cheer- 
leaders will then proceed to one of the end of 
the end entrances where the winners will have 
access to the playing floor. 

Sponsors of the competing 16 cheerleader 
groups are asked to come to the floor with their 
squads. Besides getting the recognition you so 
well deserved, it is another way of letting the pub- 
lic know that cheerleading is important enough 
in the school's curriculum to merit a well-quali- 
fied "sponsor-coach-chapeion." 

REMINDER 

It is time to send in credentials for scholar- 
ship candidates. You too, may have a potential 



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MARION C. MOORE H.S. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1974 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




(Le£l lo Righli Front Row: Julie Donahue, Marty Sallee, Patty Sallee, Lori Mumford. Second Row: Paula Sum- 
ner, Allison Runner, Julia Gandrud, Linda Nelson. Third Row: Beverly Thompson, Carole Liedlke, Karen Fox, Mgr. 
Mike Gaines. 



scholarship winner. Get your applications in early. 
Write our officers for application forms, or pick 
them up at the KAPOS desk in Freedom Hall. 

SUMMER CHEERLEADER CLINIC 
JUNIOR HIGH - SENIOR HIGH CLINIC 

(Clinic I, July 7-11) (Chnic II, July 14-18) 

Both Clinics will be held on the University 
of Kentucky campus. The two groups will be 
housed separately. Classes and lectures will be 
geared to the interest and ability of the respective 
groups. 

Brochures giving details of the clinic can be 
obtained at the State Tournament KAPOS desk 
or by contacting Mrs. Milly Rodes (Transylvania 
College) or Mrs. Grace Fragstein (Lafayette 
School) all addressed to University of Kentucky, 
University Station. Box 6.50, Lexington, Kentucky 
40506. 

NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. Again, we need judges and 
personnel to help at the tournament. This involves 
at least 12 to 15 people. It is also back-breaking, 
tiresome work. However, we have many dedicated 
women who have indicated a willingness to help 
share these duties provided they get a release 



from their administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS 
board is seeking your understanding and coopera- 
tion should you be asked to release a teacher from 
her duties to help carry on the work that KAPOS 
is doing to make cheerleading a worthwhile edu- 
cational experience in the State of Kentucky. 

GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

The University of Kentucky's Seaton Building, 
Lexington, was the site for the Gymnastics compe- 
tition held on February 23, 1974. Mitzie Renfro and 
Jim Nance managed the girls and boys tourna- 
ments respectively. The results are as follows: 
Boys 

Team Finish: Tales Creek, 295.05; Henry Clay, 
256.11, Bryan Station, 244.40, Iroquois, 225.15; La- 
fayette, 188.95. 

Parallel Bars: Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 16.95; 
Wilkin,s, Tales Creek, 16.45; Wilce, Tales Creek, 
15.90; Blount, Tales Creek, 15.55; D. McCool, Henry 
Clay, 15.25 

Still Rings: Wilkins, Tates Creek, 15.80; 
Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 15. 75; P. DeLuca, Tates 
Creek, 14.70; J. Stone, Henry Clay, 14.65; S. Wilce, 
Tates Creek 14 45 

High Bar: Wilkins, Tates Creek, 17.60; Bowles, 
St. Xavier, 16.85; Stone, Henry Clay, 15.45; Adams, 
Thomas Jefferson, 15.45; S. Wilce, Tates Creek, 
15.25 

All-Around: Adams, Thomas Jefferson, 99.10; 
Wilkins, Tates Creek, 98.60; S. Wilce, Tates Creek, 



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TAXES CREEK H.S. BOYS' GYMNASTICS TEAM 
1974 K.H.S.A.A. STATE CHAMPION 




(Leil to Righl) Fronl Row: Bill Williams, Paul DeLuca, Scot Wilce, Mark Barlon. Second Row: Steve Wilce, 
Kevin, Wilkins, Sherry Trimble, Billy Blount. 



89.75; Bowles, St. Xavier, 88.75; Blount, Tates 
Creek. 87.35 

Girls 

Team Finish: Marion Moore, 198.85, Heni-y 
Clay, 196.83; Tates Creek, 190.25; Southern, 178.60 
VauUing: L. Nelson, Moore, 17.1; R. Wilkerson. 
Paris, 16.95; Tie-L. Floyd. Tates; N. Georgehegan, 
Henry Clay. K. Flanary, Lafayette, 16.65 

Uneven Bars: Nelson, Moore, 17.97; J. Burckle, 
Jeffersontown, 17,25; Tie — Wilkerson, Paris; 
Georgehegan, Henry Clay, 17.00; Tie— Kay Polites, 
Henry Clay; J. Steinlage, Seneca, 16.25 

Balanced Beam: Nelson, Moore, 17.4; Flovd, 
Tates Creek, 17.2; Georgehegan, Henry Clay. 16.8; 
A. Polites, Henry Clay, 16.75; Burckle, Jefferson- 
town, 16.75 

Free Exercise: Nelson, Moore, 17.85; Floyd. 
Tates Creek, 17.55; Wilkerson, Paris, 17.35; A. Po- 
ntes, Henry Clay, 17.15, Tie— K. Pohtes, Henry 
Clay, Flanary, Lafayette; Steinlage, Seneca, 16.85 

Tumbling: Georgehegan, Henry Clay, 8.3; K. 
Polites, Henry Clay, 8.15; Tie— Floyd. Tates Creek. 
D. Barker, Southern; S. Gorham, Lafayette; M. 
Wolfe, Henry Clay, 7.5 

Trampoline: J. Warner, Sacred Heart, 7.75; L. 
Hagan, Henry Clay, 7.50; E. Woodall, Bryan Sta- 
tion, 7,4; Plamp, Sacred Heart, 7,3; S. Compton, 
Doss, 6.7 

AU-Around: Nelson, Moore, 70.30; Wilkerson. 
Paris, 67.25; Floyd, Tates Creek, 67.10; George- 
hegan, Henry Clay, 66.73; Burckle. Jeffersontown, 
66.50 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OE 
REGISTERED GIRLS" BASKETBALL 

OFFICIALS 

(List Compiled March 1) 

If the telephone number is given for an official, it is 
the home pho,ne unless otherwise designated. If two num- 
bers are given the first number is the home phone. 

Dill, J. Roger, 2(10 Green Acres, Glasgow 42141, 651-2316, 

651-2316 
Hausenstein, Lvnn, P. O. Bo.x 75, Kirwan III, Lexington 

40508. 257-1356 
Wilfred. Shirley C. Route 

3043. 767-2388 



Box 15. Murray 42071, 753- 



REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 
OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 1973-74 

(Lisl Compiled February 22) 

If one telephone number is given for a^ official listed, 
it is the home phone unless otherwise designated. If twro 
numbers are given the first number is that of the home 
phone. 

.'\bell, Chester. Jr., P. O, Box 9, Blanding I. U,K,, Le.xing- 
ton 40506, 258-8074, 692-2492 

Abell, Richard, 102 Victory Avenue, Lexington 40502, 266- 
3031 

Adams. Jack, 6109 Fern Court, Fern Creek 40291, 239-8123, 
635-9651 

Andress, Bill, 2039 New Linden Hoad, Newport 41071. 581- 
9832, 771-8970 

Bernardini. Bruno. 5018B Hammond Heights, Ft. Camp- 
bell 42223, 798-6874, 798-4214 

Armstrong, Ed, 416 E. College Street, Mayfield 42066, 247- 
7492, 382-2336 



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Ashley. Kenneth. Science Hill 42553. 423-3215, 679-1574 
Audas. David C . Box 2. Dunmor 42339, 657-2513. 886-3921 
Baldridge. Bill. 704 Arapaho, Georgetown 40324, 863-4166, 

863-7291 
Baldwin. David C Box 383, Grayson 41143. 474-9075, 474- 

5714 
Baldwin, Dennis E.. 104 Olde English Court, Valley Station 

40272. 935-0667, 448-8210 
Battoe, Danvl S.. 3510 Newburg Road, Louisville 40218, 

451-0097, 458-2380 
Bauni.-Min, Wilbur H., 103 Center Street, Wilder. Newport 

41071, 431-7034, 261-3710 
Beach. Frankie L., Rt. 2. Box 45, Franklin 42134, 586-3431. 

586-4451, Ext. 45 
Belcher. William O., LeJiinior 40828, 837-2607 
Bell, Ronald K., 197 Hedgewood Court, Lexington 40509. 

266-0587 
Bennett. Tom. Irving McDowell Park. Lancaster Avenue, 

Richmond 40475, 223-0742, 623-8753 
Berlsch. Ron. 113 Moock Road. Southgate 41071. 581-5790, 

731-2012 
Biggerstaff. Ronnie. 2148 Larkspur Drive, #37B, Lexington 

40504. 278-2187. 254-9116 

Blair. Gene R . Box 224. Hindman 41822, 785-5844 
Blair, Larry A.. Box 224. Hindman 41822, 785-5844, 785- 

3194 
Blandford. Steven. 120 E. Amherst, Louisville 40214, 368- 

0302 459-4333 
Bowling. David M.. Box 2.35. London 40741. 864-4434. 

864-4434 
Bowling. Stuart V.. 403 Roland Avenue, Owenton 40359, 

484-3480 
Branstetter. Charles E.. 213 Short Street. Horse Cave 42749. 

786-2032, 524-5211 
Brause. Allen R.. 1577 Silvergate Court, Cincinnati. Ohio 

45240. 851-8484. 921-5300. Ext. 451 
Bray James R,, Co. C USAARMC. Ft. Knox 40121 624- 

1275. 624-4046 
Brazell. Thomas L.. Box 5579 Hart. MSU. Murrav 42071 

767-4137. 767-4137 
Brewer. Jeffrey Wayne, 112 Loch Lomond Drive, Lexing- 

ton 40,503, 269-2148 
Bridwell, Michael T.. 9003 Vondinde. Louisville 40219. 964- 

3482. 361-4464 
Brown. Keith. Box 224 Todd Hall. EKU, Richmond 40475. 

625-4441 
Brown. Michael. R, R. 4. Tompkinsville 42167. 457-4432. 

781-1372 (Bowling Green) 
Brown. Thomas O.. 1000 Hill Avenue. Owensboro 42301. 

683-3342 
Bryant. Charles E.. 107 Whitnev. Lawrenceburg 40342 839- 

6302 
Bryant. Thomas 0-. 3312 Starton Court. Louisville 40220. 

459-2260 
Burdette. Wally. 525 Auburndale Avenue. Louisville 40214 

366-5559. 452-4676 
Burkeen. Phillip. 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101 

842-4182. 842-4182 
Burkeen. Tony, 890 Fairview Avenue, C-206 Royal Arms 

Apts.. Bowling Green 42101. 781-3853, 842-5302 
Bushkar. John, 4385 Crownwood Avenue, Davton, Ohio 

45415. 890-3368 
Camic. David. R. R. 2. Harrodsburg 40330, 734-3693, 734- 

7711. Ext. 244 
Carl. Parker L.. 125 Camden Avenue, Versailles 40383 

873-5464 (Bus.) 
Cash, Woodrow C., Shadv Grove Tr. Ct., Rt. 2 Calvert 

City 42029, 395-4883 
Chambers, Harold. Box 276. Edmonton 42129, 432-2192 432- 

2131 
Charles, James B., 15 Cook Avenue, Winchester 40391 

744-5296. 255-7991 
Cheek. Alan B.. Box 442, Commonwealth Hall, Richmond 

40475, 625-2319 
Cherry. Robert L. Jr.. 1063 Redwood Drive, Lexington 

40505, 252-87.34. 252-3212 

Chesser. James E.. 228 Cunningham Court. Fairdale 40118, 

368-4212 
Childers, Charles L.. P. O. Box 2, Stanton 40.380, 663-2791. 

663-4475 
Chatoney. Jack. 825 Bnargate. Radcliff 40160. 351-4804. 

624-3616 
Clark. James Randall. R. R. Crisp Road. Whitesville 42378. 

233-5295 
Clemmons, Billy H., Rt. 2, Smith's Grove 42171. 597-3655 
Coleman, Lloyd T., Rt. 3, Box 43, Shelbyville 40065, 633- 

2579 
Collins, Hubert, 1327 High Street, Bowling Green 42101 
Combs. Harold A.. Jeff 41751. 4,39-1271, 436-6811 
Conner, James, Jr.. 814 Washington Avenue. Newport 

41071. 491-7264 
Cooper. Willie. 2206 Madison, Paducah 42001, 443-3107, 444- 

7251 
Cornwell, James, 506 South Main, Franklin 42134, 586-4327, 

586-4451 



Cottrell, David, 605 Shawnee Road, Danville 40422, 236- 

3883, 236-7957 
Cowherd, Jerry, 305 E. Hodgenville Avenue, Greensburg 

42743 932-7857 932-7801 
Crutcher' Paul. Rt. 2. Vine Grove 40175, 828-2535, 624-8357 
Culp, Leo, 310 Norwood Avenue. Satellite Beach, Florida 

32937. 262-4391, 443-1083 
Cummins Howard Lee, 319 So. Bavly Avenue, Louisville 

40206. 895-4583. 893-5524 
Cunningham. Bobby Ray. Box 55, Pikeville 41501, 432-1528 
Cunningham, Robert. Box 576, Stanton 40380, 663-2674, 886- 

2565 
Daineron, Paul A.. Route 7. Marion 42064, 965-4678. 789- 

9913 
Daniel. Roger T.. P. O. Box 15, Paintsville 41240, 789-3372, 

886-2311 (Prestonsburg) 
Daniels. Robert A., Box 2. Van Lear 41265. 789-3931, 886- 

2311 
Davenport, James E,, Sr., 9810 Dawson Hill Road, Jeffers- 

town 40299, 239-5667, 452-4038 
Davis, Bunnv, 598 W. Lexington Avenue. Danville 40422, 

236-3002, 236-2606 
Davis, Jav W., 253 University Drive, Apt. 1. Radcliff 40160, 

351-9981. 624-6647 
Deaton. Carl, Route 1. Box 9. Greensburg 42743. 932-4474. 

932-7801 
Deaton Larry Gene. P. O. Box 572, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-3578. 842-8144 
Delk, William L.. 614 Church Street. Ludlow 41016. 261- 

R571. 369-4465 
Dem.iree. Lonnv A. 972 DePomes Avenue. Lexington 

40505. 252-4167. 233-2000 
Dill. J. Roger. 200 Green Acres. Glasgow 42141, 651-2316, 

651-2316 
Duerson, W. R. "Buck", Rt. 2. Paint Lick 40461, 925-4072, 

925-4071 
Durbin, Roy, 2911 Dale Ann Drive, Louisville 40220, 452- 

1730, 587-1121, Ext. 237 
Dwvcr. James E.. Jr.. 5612 Ailanthus Trail, Louisville 40219, 

9';4-0426, 452-4922 
Dwver, Robert H.. 1417 Falcon Drive. Louisville 40213. 637- 

7909. 772-3621. Ext. 287 
East William L.. 3226 Lafayette Road, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-2146, 886-5259 
Ednngton, Doug, 4703 Church Road, Louisville 40272, 937- 

4022, 937-2300 
Edgington. Jerald J,. 520 East 19th, Covington 41014, 

261-0865, 261-0865 
Elliott, Billy A.. 313 Cedar Lane, Somerset 42501, 679-2921, 

679-6371 
Evans, John David, Jr.. 109 N. Highland Avenue, Prestons- 
burg 41653. 886-2415. 842-8509 
Evans Lewis. Rt. 2. Morgantown 42261. 526-4310. 526-3730 
Ezell. Jerry W,. 149 N. Kentucky Hopkinsville 42240. 886- 

7114 
Feltner. Dannv Ray. 621'i Perrv Avenue. Hazard 41701, 

439-1601 
Flvnn, Joe, P. O. Box 393. Lexington 40501, 498-4909. 293- 

1212 
Foust. Ray. Jr.. Box 677. Calvert City 42029. 395-4901, 

395-4154 
Fraiikel. Louis S., 3723 Stanton Boulevard, Louisville 40220, 

452-6519. 452-6519 
Frymire. Leslie H.. 101 Spring Street. Irvington 40146. 547- 

2553. 547-3951 
Fultz. Jerry. Box 253, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724-5534, 724-5713 
Gay, Dennis Rt. 5. Box 437. London 40741. 864-5734. 864-2181 
Gibbons. Mike. 645 Anniston Drive, Lexington 40505, 293- 

5176. 255-0712 
Gibson. James D., Rt. 3. Box 457, South Point, Ohio 45680, 

377-2501, 928-6474 
Gluck, Joseph R., 211 College Road, Cumberland 40823. 

589-2452, 848-5406 
Goetz, Herbert, 35 Linet Avenue, Highland Heights 41076. 

441-2825 
Goodman. Bennie Ray. Rt. 2. Box 204, Cecilia 42724, 862- 

4638, 862-3924 
Goodman, James R., Route 6. Glasgow 42141, 678-2262, 748- 

3087 
Gray, Dale, 110 Maple Street, Cloverport 40111, 788-6718, 

843-3165 
Green, Don, 832 Brand, Mayfield 42066, 247-6038, 247-6445 
Greer. R. Wayne. 6905 Creston Drive, Pleasure Ridge Park 

402.58. 935-0642 
Gregory. Roger D.. Box 451. Auburn 42206. 542-9955. 542- 

4686 
Griffith. E. Dale. 2714 Lorraine Street. Ashland 41101. 324- 

2497. 325-8511. Ext. 334 
Grimes, Herman. Salem 42078. 988-2193, 388-7562 
Gupton, Lawrence, P. O. Box 296. Greensburg 42743. 932- 

7830. 932-7830 
Gurren. Steve R.. 2516 Woodhill Court #2. Villa Hills 41011, 

342-8.524. 431-1700 
Gwynn. Frederick L., 8703 Fern View Drive, Louisville 
40291, 239-8967, 582-3711, Ext. 708 



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Hall. Jav D.. Box 111, Virgie 41572. 639-2434 

Hall. Ronald. P. O. Box 37. Betsv Lavne 41659. 478-4355 

Handler, Woodie R.. Route 2. Hodgenville 42748. 358-3345. 

358-3195 
Hardin, Don G.. Box 88, Morehead 40351. 784-7698 
Harmon, Girard K., 1700 E. Main Street. Greenup 41144. 

473-7086. 473-9829 
Havnes, Michael D.. 3306 Allison Way. Louisville 40220. 

456-1749. 451-5958 
Hazelwood. John W., Sr., 5906 Arvis Drive, Louisville 

40258. 448-8805. 367-6111. Ext. 290 
Heaberlin. Bill. 928 Washington Avenue. Flatwoods 41139, 

836-6915. 325-8511. Ext. 253 
Heaberlin. William. Jr.. 928 Washington Ave.. Flatwoods 

41139. 836-6915. 324-1222 
Hendren. James W.. R. R. 1. Mackville 40040. 375-4498 
Henrv, Jim. 2118 Eastern Parkway, Louisville 40204, 451- 

2270, 587-6923 
Henson, Don R.. Route 1. Smithland 42081, 928-2047, 988- 

3263 
Herrick, Calvin P,, Jr., 200 S. Arnold Avenue, Prestons- 

burg 41653. 886-3494, 886-2311 
Higgms. James P.. Sr.. 4206 Norene Lane, Louisville 40219, 

969-3400. 452-4154 
Hilton, Dudley, 516 Wahiut, Springfield 40069, 336-7667 
Holt, Larrv K.. 329 Skyline Trailer Park, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-4009. 781-4585 
Hord. Ronnie D.. Box 88. Campbellsville 42718. 465-5871. 

465-7771 
Horning. Charles F,. II. 107 Molly Street. Versailles 40383. 

873-5567 
Horrell. Bennie. 2807 Royal Drive. Owensboro 42301, 684- 

6431. 683-6818 
Hubbs Sonny. 6908 Peppermill Lane, Louisville 40228. 

239-1771. 367-6125 
Hurst. Terry. 416 Kentucky Court, Lexington 40502, 266- 

2672. 255-9581 
Jarboe. Ronald L.. 13906 Lyons Avenue. Valley Station 

40272. 935-9499 
Johnson. William G.. 4811-A Lee Village, Ft. Campbell 

42223, 439-4698, 798-5427 
Joiner. Rocky D., 2123 Hazel Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-3760. 886-8401 
Jones, Donald Lee, 437 Jackson Street, Campbellsville 

42718. 465-5953, 623-6415 
Jones, Frank, Rt. 5. Box 517. Manchester 40962, 598-3952, 

598-2142 
Jones, Joe S., 203 Green Street, Manchester 40962, 598- 

3793, 598-2129 
Kasperski. Harry W., 3652-B Fincastle Road, Louisville 

40213, 451-1065 
Kaufman, Alvin R., 8215 St. Anthony Church Road, Louis- 
ville 40214, 366-0126, 584-8315 
Keeling. Reuben. 1649 Yarbro Lane. Paducah 42001. 442- 

4190 
Kidd, Gary G.. 414 So. 17th Street, Mayfield 42066. 247-7150, 

247-5122 
Kidd, Robert W., Rt. 5. Box 299B, London 40741, 864-7051, 

864-5161 
Kimmel, Jerry, Beechmont 42323. 476-2656, 466-8375 
King, James A.. 5000 Clarmar Road. Jeffersontown 40299. 

239-8015. 778-2791 
Kirkland. Wade. 103 Bentley Avenue. Whitesburg 41858. 

633-2246. 633-2246 
Klump. William Roger, 2074 Eastern Parkway, Louisville 

40204, 451-3632, 636-4781 
Kouns. Perry H.. P. O. Box 148. Hitchins 41146. 474-9139 
Lamar. Huston O.. Box 116, Cloverport 40111, 788-6045 
Larue, W. D., Jr., Salem 42078, 988-3138, 388-7562 
Lawson, Gary W., 320 Stewart Street, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-7180, 862-3924 
Leneave, Robert E., 205 E. 18th Street, Benton 42025, 527- 

3661- 527-2561 
Lewis, Charles H., 7105 Heavrin Avenue, Louisville 40218. 

491-4367. 253-9391 
Lile, Clyde F.. 429 Henderson Drive. Hopkinsville 42240. 

886-5584. 886-2433 
Link. Jesse W.. Rt. 3. Box 169. Franklin 42134, 586-6415, 

586-6415 
Logsdon, Michael E., 113 Arbor Pk. North, Louisville 40214, 

368-9430, 635-2643 
McCamish, Dan L.. Rt. 5. Milton Avenue. Elizabethtown 

42701. 769-3442. 351-3167 
McClelland. John M.. 527 Laketower Drive ^104. Lexing- 
ton 40502. 269-1730. 255-5651 
McClure. FYank E.. 4432 Cheer Street, Ashland 41101, 324- 

1567, 324-5188 
McConnell, Michael J., 7304 Garrison Road, Apt. 4. Louis- 
ville 40214. 366-9904. 583-0822 
McCord. Bob. 733 Gentry, Madisonville 42431, 821-0267, 

383-5511 
McDonald, Walter, R. R. 7. Marion 42064, 965-3447, 965- 

2248 
McDowell. Charles V., 2419 Roosevelt, Ashland 41101, 325- 
2886. 325-8511, Ext. 731 



McMurtrey. Tim, Summer Shade 42166, 428-3803, 781-5501 
McMurtrev, Tommy, General Delivery, Sumnier Shade 

42166, 428-3541, 748-3858 
Marlette, Ronald L.. 428 Powhatan Trail. PYankfort 40601. 

875-5036. 564-3925 
Marshall. Barry J.. 4035 Winnepeg Way. Lexington 40503. 

272-1619. 272-1619 
Martin. Roger K.. Box 174. Park City 42160. 749-8425. 749- 

5101 
Mason. Edwin M,. Rt. 4. Greenland Park. Shelbyville 40065. 

633-1214. 633-2344 
Mason George, 20 Summer Hill, S. Newport 41071. 581-3434. 

421-6815 
Mattingly. Charles 'Pete', 3813 Poplar Level, Louisville 

40213. 459-5793. 582-3311. Ext. 23 
Meyers John F.. Box 513. Maysville 41056. 549-2717. 759-7141 
Moberlv. Harold F.. 144 Rosemont Garden. Lexington 

40503. 278-8656. 277-1956 
Moonevhan. James H.. 810 Henry Street. Franklin 42134. 

586-4989. 586-6000 
Moore. PhUlip H., R. R. 6, Bowling Green 42101, 781-3067, 

843-3240 
Morgan, Richard. Rt. 7. Box 78. London 40741. 864-6511. 

864-5114 
Morse. Richard K.. 163 No. Deepwood Drive. Radcliff 

40160. 351-3748. 624-4646 
Mullins. Arthur. Elkhorn City 41522. 754-4041. 754-5081 
Norwood. Thomas R.. 811 Henry Street. Franklin 42134, 

586-3614, 586-3541 
Nucci, Donald D.. 102 Main Street, Hazard 41701, 436- 

2741, 436-2741 
Orr, Cliarles Michael, 225 Lothbury Avenue, Middlesboro 

40965, 248-1549 
Osborne, Larry Joe, Rt. 1. Box 377. Harold 41635. 478-5167 
Owings. Hank. 1713 Chester Road. Louisville 40216, 448- 

7130 
Pardue, Israel L,, Rt. 2. Box 482F. New Albany, Indiana 

47150, 944-0279. 774-6431 
Parker. Larry. Osborne Road. Russell 41169, 836-8713 
Parkev. Cecil E.. 105 Edgewood Road. Middlesboro 40965. 

248-4139. 248-3378 
Pate. Tommy. Rt. 1. Turners Station 40075. 732-5928. 732- 

4411 
Payne. Bob G.. Route 1. Maceo 42355. 264-1379 
Pavne. Robert Gene. Box 238. R.R. 1. Maceo 42355. 264- 

1232. 295-3410 
Pearl. George W.. Jr.. 3112 Vogue Avenue, Louisville 40220, 

452-1288, 582-5521 
Pence, Orville A.. Box 3. Bonnieville 42713. 531-1214 765- 

6146. Ext. 233 
Penner. Merritt D.. Jr . Rt. 5. Box 392. Manchester 40962, 

598-3711 
Perkins. William E.. Rt. 4. Campbellsville 42718. 465-4844 
Pietrowski. Paul, 108 Bishop Street. Corbin 40701. 528-6391, 

528-1630 
Pinson, David "Bo", Rt. 4. Box 566. Pikeville 41501. 437- 

4639. 437-6361 
Prather. R. L.. Box 138. Rt. 1. LaGrange 40031. 222-1128 
Quarles. Mac. Route 7. Frankfort 40601. 227-2849. 223-0737 
Quisenberrv. James M.. 1900 Farnslev Road. Apt. 9. Louis- 
ville 40216. 448-6152. 366-0940 
Raines. J. W.. 1117 Lebanon Rd.. Danville 40422. 236-3380. 

236-6334 
Rail. Edward W.. 247 Maple Avenue. Danville 40422. 236- 

8929. 236-5047 
Rail, James B.. 105 Reservoir Road. Frankfort 40601. 227- 

2355 
Ramey. Gary. Route 1. Morehead 40351. 683-2181. 674-6325 
Reece". Donald Allen. P. O. Box 93. Edmonton 42129. 432- 

5895. 428-3962 
Rhodes. Don. 517'= E. Farren Avenue. Earlington 42410, 

.383-5292, 821-4780 (Madisonville) 
Roberts, Harry, R. R. 2. Falmouth 41040. 654-5471. 654-3314 
Robinson. Joseph Byron. 1412 Stallard Street. Ashland 

41101. 325-7850. 325-8511. Ext. 253 
Rock, W. A., Greenview Drive. Cave City 42127. 773-8381. 

453-2722 
Rockvvood. Arthur. 6520 Gunpowder Lane, Prospect 40059, 

228-8552 
Roe. Buddy. Isom 41824, 633-2973, 633-2961 
Rogers, Eldridge, 310 Talbert, Hopkinsville 42240. 885-5571. 

886-3921 
Roller. Otis C 808 Chamberry Drive. Louisville 40207, 

895-6356. 587-1121. Ext. 307 
Ronshausen. Tex. 4766 Gray Road. Apt. 7. Cincinnati. Ohio 

45232. 681-5397. 771-2086 
Salver. Jesse. Fuget 41220. 265-4899. 789-4890 
Satterlv. U. G.. 118 West Campbell, Frankfort 40601, 223- 

5810. 564-3350 
Schultz. Harold. 13 Orphanage Road. Ft. Mitchell 41017, 

331-1386 
Scott. W. L. 'Bill'. 1816 McDonald Road, Lexington 40503, 

278-2844, 278-9702 
Sefcovic, Harold H.. 1120 Choctaw Trail, Georgetown 40324, 
863-3693, 863-3910 



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40422, 236-9711, 873-5472 (Versailles) 
Shallcross, Warren, 9903 Grassland Drive. Apt. 4, Jeffer- 

sontown 40299, 267-1431, 896-1727 
Shaw, Robert S.. 531 Osage Trail, Frankfort 40601, 227- 

4919, 227-4408 
Shetler, Vernon, 114 Sunset Place, Taylor Mill 41015, 581- 

9136 
Stewart. Allan R., Skvllne Estates, Rt. 3, Lot 9, Lewisport 

42351, 295-6214, 927-6928, Ext. 213 
Shipp. Dave, 133 Hartweg Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 781- 

1163. 431-4246 
SUvev. Barrv. 209 W. 13th Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

3043, 886-3043 
Slaughter, Steven, 158 N. McPherson, Hopkinsville 42240 
Smallwood, Talmadge, R, 1. Stanton, 40380, 663-2096, 663- 

2096 
Smith Willard N., 323 High Street, P. O. Box 23, Camp- 

bellsville 42718, 465-5339, 465-4174 
Soper. Clyde, Box HI, Millersburg 40348. 484-3487, 293-3969 
Spalding, Guv C, II. Kirwan Tower, Box 3. UK, Lexington 

40506. 258-2040 
Stanley, O. A., Belcher 41513, 754-8567 
Stephenson, Harry, 1612 Hawthorn Lane, Lexington 40505, 

299-1757 233-8221 
Stethen, James E., Box 134, Bedford 40006. 255-3285 
Stone, Johnny, Route 1, Princeton 42445, 365-5178, 365-5178 
Stovall, Tom, 215 Mellwood Drive, Greenville 42345, 338- 

5828, 338-3550 

Strain, Richard P., P. O. Box 472. Radcliff 40160, 351-4306, 

624-2214 
Straus, William W,, 212 Culpepper, Lexington 40502, 266- 

6349. 252-2275 
Studle. Ronald. Rt. 

5340, 843-1163 
Stull, Benjamin C, 

5250 
Sullivan, William H., Ill Evergreen Drive, Lawrenceburg 

40342, 839-4177, 839-3061 
Tanaka, Larrv T., 2123 North Elm Street, Henderson 42420, 

826-2664, 826-9221 
Tarrv, W. R. 'Bud", Route 5, Glasgow 42141, 678-2539, 427- 

2611 
Tate, Charles F., Christopher Sguare Apt. 91. Radcliff 

40160 
Tavlor. Jim. 53 Roselawn Drive, Independence 41051. 356- 

2395, 356-3541 
Thomason, William H.. 407 Wallace Avenue. Leitchfield 

42754, 2.59-5161, 259-3611 



4, Box 165, Smiths Grove 42171, 678- 
5 Center, Wilder 41071, 581-3262, 291- 



Thompson, Ronnie, P. O. Box 60, Zebulon 41501, 432-1942, 

437-6361 
Thornton, Daniel A.. 119 Stacker Drive, Clarksville, Tenn. 

37040, 648-2742, 645-3132 
Tucker Jerome L.. 1339 Texas Avenue, Louisville 40217, 

635-7965, 896-1757 
Uriage, Richard, 822 Highland Avenue, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

441-5513, 874-8820 
Vidt, John H.. 605 Rothburv Lane, Louisville 40243, 245- 

9176, 245-9176 
Vincent. Roy T.. Bee Spring 42207. 286-8331 
Vinson. Rav. Route 5. Box 722. Falmouth. Virginia 22401. 

659-4588 
Votaw. Tony. 219 Southport Drive. Lexington 40503. 277- 

5480. 233-2000, Ext. 3700 
Walker. Joe D.. 508 East Cedar Street. Franklin 42134. 

586-8457. 586-4451 
Watson. Harold T.. Jr., 3231 Adams Street, Paducah 42001, 

442-0426, 443-2476 
Webster, Norman E., P. O. Box 206, Morgantown 42261, 

526-3997, 526-3342 
Wellman, David, 1749 Winding Way. Owensboro 42301. 

684-4051 
Wheeler. David. 1301 Lincoln Avenue. Paintsville 41240. 789- 

8513. 625-3422 
Wilcox. Ursal R.. Auxier 41602. 886-3329. 886-2703 
Wilev. Michael J.. 10th St. & Stafford Avenue, Paintsville 

41240, 789-4530 
Williams, James A., 203 Guthrie, Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2867, 758-2214, Ext. 44 
Williamson, Jr., Lower Cline Street, Pikeville 41501, 437- 

7171 
Wilson. Philip M.. 5003 Dreamers Wav, Louisville 40219, 

964-6234 
Wingfield, Felix G,, 1132 Eastern Parkway, LouisviUe 

40217, 636-2282. 772-2531 
Wood. Thomas D., 1629 Ehrler Drive. LouisviUe 40213. 634- 

9334. 581-3411 
Wooton. Dennis P.. Box 12. Buckhorn 41721. 398-7603. 398- 

7176 
Wright. Brett A.. 41 Timberlawn Ciricle, Frankfort 40601, 

784-4749 (Bus. I 
Wright, John David, 121 Warren Court, Apt. 1, Lexington 

40508, 254-9104 
Wright, John Wayne, Rt. 3, Box 87-K, Murray 42071 
Zimheld, Leonard, 9105 Blue Lick Road. Louisville 40219. 

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1974 Annual Meeting 

The business meeting of the K.H.S.A.A. will 
be held on Thursday, April 18, at 2:00 P.M., in the 
Stouffer's Inn, Louisville. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution, the following changes in 
the Constitution and By-Laws will be acted upon 
by the Delegate Assembly. 

Proposal I 

The Board of Control proposes that the Con- 
stitution, Article VIII, Section 3 Item d, be 
changed to read "all contracts between member 
schools shall contain a specific date for each con- 
test covered in the contract. A contract in which 
the words 'corresponding date' appears, rather 
than a specific date, can not be enforced." 
Proposal II 

The Board of Control proposes that in By- 
Law 24, Section 5, be added, "when a contest is 
cancelled for any reason stated In the contract the 
Board of Control shall determine if either school 
is liable in cases where the two schools can not 
reach a satisfactory agreement even though the 
forfeit fee is not due." 

Proposal III 

The Board of Control proposes that By-Law 
38 be changed to read, "No member school enroll- 
ing only one sex shall have a vote on any phase 
of the Association's work not involving or pertain- 
ing to that school. Schools enrolling only boys 
shall not vote on matters pertaining to girls' ath- 
letics only and vice-versa." 

Proposal IV 

Prin. Albert Wall (Frankfort H.S.) and the 
Board of Control propose that By-Law 19 be 
changed to read, "All contests involving member 
schools shall be governed by National Federation 
of State High School Associations' rules if an 
official set is issued for that sport." 
Proposal V 

Rev. Robert H. Nieberding, Principal (Lexing- 
ton Catholic H.S.), proposes that By-Law 5 be 
changed so that "six" in the second sentence be 
replaced with "nine." 

Proposal VI 

Prin. Dawson Orman (Atherton H.S.) and the 
six other principals of the Louisville school sys- 
tem propose a new By-Law to read: "Any offic- 
ials, basketball and/or football, who calls a tech- 
nical foul (basketball) or unsportsmanlike con- 
duct (football) on a coach or on the bench as a 
result of the coach's action, wiU, upon request 
from the principal of the offending schools, sup- 
ply a written account of events leading to and 
causing the foul or penalty to be caUed." 
Proposal VII 

Prin. Leo Brewsaugh (Bryan Station H.S.), 
proposes that By-Law 8 be changed by eliminat- 
ing "gymnastics," and in By-Law 27 consider the 
season for gymnastics to begin on the opening day 
of school and end with the State Championship 
Meet. 

Proposal VIII 

Prin. J. Thomas Creamer (Maysville H.S.) 



and all principals of the 39th District propose that 
By-Law 21 be amended by adding: "In any two 
county, conference, or invitational tournaments, 
the games played by a member school shall count 
as one game each for a school that maintains a 
football team." 

Proposal IX 

Prin. J. Thomas Creamer (MaysviUe H.S.) and 
principals of the 57th District propose that the 
last sentence be changed to read: "In any two 
county, conference or invitational tournaments, 
the games played by a member school shall count 
as only one game." 

Proposal X 

Prin. Claude Purvis (Pleasure Ridge Park 
H.S.) proposes that By-Law 4 be changed so that 
the fall sports season shaU be considered to begin 
on August 1, rather than September 1. 

The Way It Is 

(The following is a reprint fi-om the Lexing- 
ington Herald-Leader Sport Section of March 17, 
19/4. The column is titled "This Sporting Life" 
and is written by Rick Bailey.) 

LOUISVILLE, Ky.— The State Tournament, 
which just ended for the 57th time, meant many 
things to many people. 

For some, it has been the drama of a team 
strugghng to win four games and earn the im- 
mortaUty rewarded the champion. 

For some, it has been the pleasure of wat- 
ching remarkable individual performances al- 
though there was nothing to compare to the 
show provided by Kelly Coleman almost two 
decades ago. King Kelly's 68 points in one game 
is legend. 

But for all dedicated fans, the State Tourna- 
ment has been a four-day, basketball-filled week- 
end bordering on total saturation of the sport. 

It has been thiiUing to see the hustle and 
crowd-pleasing play of "Cinderella" teams hke 
Greenup County and Warren East. 

It has been watching a small mountain team 
from Pikeville stay close to powerful Male before 
losing to the metropoUtan school. 

It has been students trying to take advantage 
of all the activities planned by tournament offi- 
cials. 

Brief Interlude 

For these students, it has been a brief inter- 
lude of a tournament session here or there but 
mainly it has been a chance to escape classroom 
routine. And meet new friends of the opposite 
sex. 

Basically, though, the State Tournament has 
been a "social" period and a time to relax and 
enjoy a few days in the "big town." To see old 
friends again, swap hes and raise a little "cam." 

There are people working though. 

The State Tournament tries the patience of 
any newspaperman who has much to do and little 
(Continued on Page Five) 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1974 



VOL. XXXVI— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1974 



Published monlhly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502, 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assislanl Editor JEAM BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

AssUtant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

I.«xington, Kentucky 

BOAJID OF CONTROL 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-I97S), Louisville 

Vice-President W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975), Owensboro 

Directors J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station: 

J. Thomas Creamer (1973-1975), Maysville; Howard R. 
CrUtenden (1973-1977), Murray; Andrew J. Fultz (1972- 
1976), OUve HiU; Arthur H. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. 
Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; James R. Wil- 
liams (1973 1977), Somerset; Roy L. Winchester (1970- 
1974), Bethlehem. 



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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. School's Report on Basketball Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



Attention, Athletic Directors! 

Kentucky High School Athletic Directors 
Association will meet at St. Xavier High School, 
AprU 18, 1974, at 1:00 P.M. 



Schedule of Events 

For K.H.S.A.A. State Track Meet 

(Classes A, AA Boys & A. AA Girls) 

Western Kentucky University 

May 24, 25. 1974 

Preliminary Heats 

NOTE: 1st & 2nd Place Qualify for Finals 

Friday — May 24, 1974 

440 Yd. Relay— A Girls 
9:00 Heat #1 
9:05 Heat #2 
9:10 Heat #3 

400 Yd. Relay — AA Girls 
9:20 Heat #1 
9:25 Heat #2 
9:30 Heat #3 
50 Yd. Hurdles — A Girls 
9:40 Heat #1 
9:45 Heat #2 
9:50 Heat #3 

50 Yd. Hurdles — AA Girls 
10:00 Heat #1 
10:05 Heat #2 
10:10 Heat #3 

120 Yd. High Hurdles — A Boys 
10:20 Heat #1 
10:25 Heat #2 
10:30 Heat #3 

120 Yd. High Hurdles — AA Boys 
10:40 Heat #1 
10:45 Heat #2 
10:50 Heat #3 



100 Yd. Dash — A Girls 
11:00 Heat #1 
11:05 Heat #2 
11:10 Heat #3 

100 Yd. Dash — AA Girls 
11:20 Heat #1 
11:25 Heat #2 
11:30 Heat #3 

100 Yd. Dash — A Boys 
11:40 Heat #1 
11:45 Heat #2 
11:50 Heat #3 

100 Yd. Dash — AA Boys 
12:00 Heat #1 
12:05 Heat #2 
12:10 Heat #3 



Yd. Dash — A Girls 
12:20 Heat #1 
12:25 Heat #2 
12:30 Heat #3 


Yr. Dash — AA Girls 
12:40 Heat #1 
12:45 Heat #2 
12:50 Heat #3 



440 Yd. Dash — A Boys 
1:00 Heat #1 
1:05 Heat #2 
1:10 Heat #3 

440 Yd. Dash — AA Boys 
1:20 Heat #1 
1:25 Heat #2 
1:30 Heat #3 

880 Yd. Run — A Boys 
1:40 Heat #1 
1:45 Heat #2 
1:50 Heat #3 

880 Yd. Run — AA Boys 
2:00 Heat #1 
2:05 Heat #2 
2:10 Heat #3 



800 Yd. Run — A Girls 
2:20 Heat #1 
2:25 Heat #2 
2:30 Heat #3 

880 Yd. Run — AA Girls 
2:40 Heat #1 
2:45 Heat #2 
2:50 Heat #3 

220 Yd. Dash — A Boys 
3:00 Heat #1 
3:05 Heat #2 
3:10 Heat #3 

220 Yd. Dash — AA Boys 

3:20 Heat #1 

3:25 Heat #2 

3:30 Heat #3 

(Continued on Page Four) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1974 



Page Three 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Friday morning, March 15, 1974. 
The meeting was called to order by President 
Frank Simpson at 9:00, with all Board members. 
Commissioner J. B. Mansfield and Assistant Com- 
missioner Tom Mills present. Mr. Conley Mann- 
ing was present representing the State Depart- 
ment of Education. The invocation was given by 
J. C. Cantrell. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by How- 
ard Crittenden, that the reading of the minutes 
of the previous meeting be waived since the 
members of the Board had received copies of 
these minutes. The motion was carried unani- 
mously. 

The Commissioner reported on the results of 
the recent balloting for Board membership for 
Section 3 and 4. In Section 3 the votes were as 
follows: Ray Story, Principal of North Hardin 
High School, 22; T. G. Florence, Principal of 
Nelson County High School, 13. In Section 4, 
George E. Sauer, Principal of Manual High 
School received 21 votes and James O. Gatewood, 
Principal of Westport High School received 18. 

Mr. Paul Young, Mr. Gene Minton and Mr. 
Andy Hopkins came before the Board to express 
their opposition to changing soccer from a fall to 
a spring sport as recommended by several partici- 
pating schools. Following their presentation Pres- 
ident Simpson thanked them for their interest 
and assured them that the Board would consider 
their request in making a final decision. Follow- 
ing their departure, the Commissioner was in- 
structed by the Board to make a full study of the 
situation and present the findings at the next 
meeting of the Board. 

There was a discussion of new proposals to 
be submitted by the Board at the forthcoming 
1974 Delegate Assembly. Roy Winchester moved, 
seconded by Jack Fultz, that the following pro- 
posals be submitted to the Assembly: 

Proposal I — that Constitution, Article VIII, 
Section 3, Item d. be changed to read; "All con- 
tracts between member schools shall contain a 
specific date for each contest covered in the con- 
tract. A contract in which the words 'correspond- 
ing date' appears rather than a specific date, can 
not be enforced." 

Proposal II — that By-Law 24, Section 5, be 
added, "When a contest is cancelled for any rea- 
son stated in the contract the Board of Control 
shall determine if either school is liable in cases 
where the two schools can not reach a satisfactory 
agreement even though the forfeit fee is not due." 

Proposal III — that By-Law 38 be changed to 
read "No member school enrolling only one sex 
shall have a vote on any phase of the Associa- 
tion's work not involving or pertaining to that 
school. Schools enrolling only boys shall not vote 
on matters pertaining to girls' athletics only and 
vice-versa.' " 

The motion concerning the proposals was 
carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mansfield reported that it was 
the opinion of Attorney Ray Corns, who is Legal 
Counselor for the State Department of Education, 
and Attorney Calvert Roszell, who is the lawyer 
for the K.H.S.A.A., that the Board proposal 
passed in the January meeting would be in viola- 
tion of the Federal Court Decree of 1971. The 
proposal was to be presented to the Delegate 
Assembly for action and would have increased 
the number of Board of Control members from 



In Memoriam 




Earl L. Collins 

Earl L. Collins. 65, retired high school Ath- 
letic coach, died March 4, 1974. He was affec- 
tionately known as "Pop" Collins by all his stud- 
ents and players. After his retirement in 1972, 
he resided at Scotts Terry Road. Versailles. Ken- 
tucky. Prior to his retirement he had taught and 
coached at Ghent, Eminence, Hazard, Versailles 
and Fern Creek high schools. 

"Pop" graduated from Georgetovirn College 
where he was awarded the Charles Dudley Ath- 
letic Cup. He was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha 
fraternity and president of G Men's Club. 

The Coach was life member of the Ken- 
tucky High School Coaches Association, National 
Education Association, Kentucky Education As- 
sociation. Kentucky Retired "Teachers Associa- 
tion, Rotary International and the Versailles Bap- 
tist Church. 

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Margaret 
Baker Collins; one daughter, Mrs. Mary McGohon, 
Carmel, Indiana: one son, BiU Louis Collins, Ver- 
sailles: and three sisters. 



ten to twelve. The Decree says the Board shall 
be composed of ten members, etc. Based upon this 
report, J. C. Cantrell moved that the motion 
adopted at the January meeting be rescinded. 
The motion was seconded by Arthur Hawkins 
and all members voted aye. 

The Board then considered possible changes 
in the basketball districts for 1974-75. Each Board 
member explained how recent consolidation had 
affected districts in their section and submitted 
recommendations for re-alignment where neces- 
sary. It was decided that the Principal of each 
school involved would be advised of the proposed 
changes so that he mav appear before the Board 
to express his view. The changes will be final- 
ized of the April meeting of the Board of Control 
after all parties have been heard. 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1974 



GREENUP COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL— SEMI-FINALIST 
1974 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Leil to Right) Ttopl Row: Bob Sullivan, Danny Bradley. Brook Jackson, Ray Gillum. Second Row: Joe Howard, 
Rick Coffee, Doug Newell, Richard Fugate, Mark Quillen, Steve Skaggs, Mike LUleral, Bryant Lybrook, Mgr. Ronnie 
Fyffe. 



W. p. Wlieeler moved, seconded by James 
Williams, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning January 1, 1974, and ending 
February 28, 1974, be allowed. The motion was 
carried unanimously. 

The next meeting for the Board is scheduled 
to be held in LouisviDe at 9:00 A.M. on Thurs- 
day, April 18, 1974. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned. 



Preliminary Heats 

(Continued from Page Two) 

220 Yd. Dash — A Girls 
3:40 Heat #1 
3:45 Heat #2 
3:50 Heat #3 

220 Yd. Dash — AA Girls 
4:00 Heat #1 
4:05 Heat #2 
4:10 Heat #3 

Mile Relay — A Boys 
4:20 Heat #1 
4:25 Heat #2 
4:30 Heat #3 

Mile Relay — AA Boys 
4:45 Heat #1 
4:50 Heat #2 
4:55 Heat #3 

Mile Relay — A Girls 
5:10 Heat #1 
5:15 Heat #2 
5:20 Heat #3 



Mile Relay — AA Girls 
5:35 Heat #1 
5:40 Heat #2 
5:45 Heat #3 

Saturday — May 25, 1974 

80 Yd. Hurdles — A Girls 
9:00 Heat #1 
9:05 Heat #2 
9:10 Heat #3 

80 Yd. Hurdles — AA Girls 
9:20 Heat #1 
9:25 Heat #2 
9:30 Heat #3 

180 Yd. Low Hurdles — A Boys 
9:40 Heat #1 
9:45 Heat #2 
9:50 Heat #3 

180 Yd. Low Hurdles — AA Boys 
10:00 Heat #1 
10:05 Heat #2 
10:10 Heat #3 

880 Yd. Relay — A Girls 
10:20 Heat #1 
10:25 Heat #2 
10:30 Heat #3 

880 Yd. Relay — AA Girls 
10:40 Heat #1 
10:45 Heat #2 
10:50 Heat #3 

880 Yd. Relay — A Boys 
11:00 Heat #1 
11:05 Heat #2 
11:10 Heat #3 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1974 



Page Five 



880 Yd. Relay — AA Boys 
11:20 Heat #1 
11:25 Heat #2 
11:30 Heat #3 



800 Yd. Medley Relay 
11:40 Heat #1 
11:45 Heat #2 
11:50 Heat #3 

800 Yd. Medley Relay 
12:00 Heat #1 
12:05 Heat #2 
12:10 Heat #3 



— AA Girls 



— AA Girls 



1:00 A Girls 


1:05 A A Girls 


1:15 


A Girls 


1:20 


AA Girls 


1:30 A Boys 


1:35 


AA Boys 


1:45 A Girls 


1:50 


AA Girls 


1:55 


A Boys 


2:00 AA Boys 


2:05 


A Girls 


2:15 


AA Girls 


2:25 A Boys 


2:35 


AA Boys 


2:45 


A Girls 


2:55 AA Girls 


3:05 


A Boys 


3:15 


AA Boys 


3:25 A Girls 


3:30 


AA Girls 


3:40 


A Boys 


3:45 


AA Boys 


3:50 


A Girls 


3:55 


AA Girls 


4:05 


A Boys 


4:15 


AA Boys 


4:25 


A Girls 


4:35 


AA Girls 


4:45 


A Boys 


4:55 


AA Boys 


5:05 


A Girls 


5:10 


AA Girls 


5:15 


A Boys 


5:20 


AA Boys 


5:25 


A Girls 


5:35 


AA Girls 


5:45 


A Boys 


6:00 


AA Boys 


6:15 


A Girls 


6:25 


AA Girls 


6:35 


A Boys 


6:45 


AA Boys 




FIELD I 


3:00 


A Girls 


3:00 


A Girls 


9:00 


A Girls 


12:00 


A Girls 


12:00 


AA Girls 


3:00 AA Girls 


12:00 


AA Girls 


3:00 


AA Girls 


12:00 


A Boys 


12:00 


A Boys 


3:00 A Boys 



All Events Will Be Finals 
TRACK EVENTS 



440 Yd. Relay 
440 Yd. Relay 



50 Yd. 

50 Yd. 
120 Yd. 
120 Yd. 
100 Yd. 
100 Yd. 
100 Yd. Dash 
100 Yd. Dash 
One Mile Run 
One Mile Run 
One Mile Run 
One Mile Run 
880 Yd. Relay 
880 Yd 
880 Yd 
880 Yd 
440 Yd. Dash 
440 Yd. Dash 
440 Yd 
440 Yd 

80 Yd 



Hurdles 
Hurdles 
High Hurdles 
High Hurdles 
Dash 
Dash 



Relay 
Relay 
Relay 



Dash 
Dash 
Hurdles 



80 Yd. Hurdles 
180 Yd. Hurdles 



180 Yd 

880 Yd 

880 Yd 

880 Yd. Run 

880 Yd. Run 

880 Yd 

880 Yd 

220 Yd 

220 Yd. Dash 

220 Yd. Dash 

220 Yd. Dash 

Two Mile Run 

Two Mile Run 

Mile Relay 

Mile Relay 

Mile Relay 

Mile Relay 

EVENT TIME SCHEDULE 



Hurdles 
Medley 
Medley 



Run 
Run 
Dash 



High Jump 
Shot Put 
Long Jump 
Discus 
Long Jump 
Discus 
High Jump 
Shot Put 
Pole Vault 
Discus 
Long Jump 



Friday 

Friday 

Saturday 

Saturday 

FViday 

Friday 

Saturday 

Saturday 

Friday 

Friday 

Friday 



12:00 A Boys 
12:00 A Boys 
3:00 A Boys 
9:00 AA Boys 
12:00 AA Boys 
12:00 AA Boys 
12:00 AA Boys 
3:00 AA Boys 
3:00 AA Boys 



Shot Put 
Triple Jump 
High Jump 
Long Jump 
High Jump 
Shot Put 
Pole Vault 
Discus 
Triple Jump 



Saturday 

Saturday 

Saturday 

Friday 

Friday 

Friday 

Saturday 

Saturday 

Saturday 



The Way It Is 

(Continued from Page One) 

time, A game may go into overtime but the dead- 
line ."seldom knows an extra period. 

For the numerous broadcasters, it is a time 
when even laryngitis would be almost welcome 
and when the only respite of the flowing words 
comes between sessions after Freedom Hall is 
briefly closed. 

The State Tournament is also a businesslike, 
serious talent hunt by the college coaches who, 
of necessity, are looking to the future and hoping 
to find the answers in a high school senior. 

The State is a time of pleasure, too. And 
there are plenty of places to find it. 

Tears Of Joy 

Tiie State Tournament touched all who at- 
tended. While the mass of some 17,000 (give 
or take a couple) tried to comprehend Male's 
upset of Bryan Station Friday night, a group of 
cheerleaders were in tears (of joy) at center court. 
Tlie "yell corps" from Louisville Butler had been 
selected the best from 16 region representatives. 
And some measure of consolation went to the De- 
fenders when their girls were named best of the 
16 cheerleading teams competing in the tourna- 
ment. 

The State finally reached its apex as the 
championship game neared. 

The outcome already may have been assured 
after the past performance chart has been studied. 
But the drama's final act must be played. 

And soon a champion was crowned and last- 
ing fame has descended on a Kentucky high 
school because, one realizes, that's the way it is 
here. 

No matter what ill fortune may befall a 
champion in the future, the days of winning the 
State Tournament are never forgotten. That's how 
it is here. 

Emotions Cooled 

Finally, it is now Sunday morning and the 
vast exodus has begun. Emotions have cooled 
and hangovers hopefully slept off. Fifty-five miles 
an hour may prolong the trip home but so it goes. 

The mass cleanup has started with hopes the 
damage is not too expensive. 

"Wait 'Til Next Year" now has a special 
meaning for anyone uttering the phrase whether 
it's a losing coach with most of his team back or 
the average fan already making plans to return 
for another March holiday. 

Whatever the State Tournament means to 
any Kentuckian, one should take time to enjoy 
it because just about everybody else is. 

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Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1974 



1974 STATE TOURNAMENT BOX SCORE INFORMATION 



Greenup 


Coun 


ty - 


- Coach 


Ramey 


Fletcher 


Fleming 


■ County 


— 


Coach Robert Hall 




Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a pf 


tp 


Player 


min fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a pf 


tp 


Litteral 


31 


9 


18 


1 


2 


14 


2 


19 


Price 


31 5 


21 


2 2 


12 


1 3 


12 


Coffee 


20 


1 


7 








5 


4 


2 


Simons 


25 3 


13 





3 


1 3 


6 


Quillen 


31 


6 


14 


2 


3 


19 


1 4 


14 


Brewer 


31 6 


20 


4 6 


15 


2 


16 


Skaggs 


31 


11 


24 


4 


7 


8 


1 2 


26 


Flaugher 


16 1 


4 





6 


3 


2 


Jackson 


31 





2 





1 











McKee 


31 4 


15 


1 2 


3 


2 


9 


Bradley 


1 























Flaugher 


17 2 


4 


1 


7 


1 1 


4 


Howard 


10 





1 











1 





Williams 


1 

















Gillum 


1 























Brown 


1 











1 





Newell 


1 





1 


1 


2 


1 





1 


Jones 


1 

















Fugate 


1 























Colgan 


1 

















Sullivan 


1 























Taylor 


1 

















LyBrook 


1 























Kirby 


1 

















Totals 


160 


27 


67 


8 


15 


47 


2 13 


62 


Totals 


160 21 


77 


7 11 


46 


3 15 


49 



Game No. 2 — Session No. 1 



Madi 


isonville - 


- Coach 


Do 


n Parsor 


I 




Clay County 


— Coach Bob Keith 






Player 


min fg fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player min 


fg fga ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Jones 


20 4 


8 





1 


10 





4 


8 


Hooker 28 


2 


16 4 


4 


8 





5 


8 


Dulin 


25 2 


7 


1 


3 


11 





2 


5 


McKissic 13 





3 1 


2 


3 





5 


1 


Ashby 


31 8 


19 


6 


8 


10 


3 


T 


22 


Smith 31 


5 


14 


2 


19 


1 


4 


10 


Jones 


18 3 


8 


1 


2 


3 





3 


"l 


Grubb 31 


5 


16 9 


13 


4 


1 


3 


19 


Porter 


11 3 


5 


2 


2 


1 





3 


8 


Gregory 31 


7 


25 2 


2 


3 


1 


2 


16 


Waddle 


20 4 


9 


3 


3 


4 


2 


4 


11 


Burchell 15 


1 


4 2 


3 


7 





3 


4 


McNary 


6 1 


6 








2 





1 


9 


Brumley 10 


2 


2 





1 





1 


4 


Wiley 


1 























Garrison 























White 


1 























Gilbert 























Jones 


4 2 


3 








5 








4 


Stivers 1 





1 

















Scott 


1 























Arnolo 























Arnett 


22 4 


8 


1 


3 


6 





3 


9 


Garrison 























Totals 


160 31 


78 


14 


22 


52 


5 


21 


76 


Totals 160 


22 


81 18 


26 


45 


3 


23 


62 



Game No. 3 — Session No. 2 

Anderson County — Coach Wayne King 
Player min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



Murphv 27 

McWiliiams 23 



Lawson 
Flynn 
Russell 
Taylor 
Hatchett 
Gilbert 
Wright 
Rideout 
McKee 
Gillis 
Totals 



13 

22 

6 

5 

3 

15 

7 

4 

3 

160 



32 11 



9 10 

4 2 



16 
5 
7 
2 
2 
1 
4 
1 
1 




16 
2 
2 
3 
2 

1 

2 







4 
3 
10 
3 
3 
2 
3 

3 






20 52 18 28 31 



4 If 
2 4 
1 24 



16 58 



Player 
Crooks 
Hampton 
Miller, R. 
Thomas 
Campbell 
Buford 
Miller. K. 
Rudolph 
Yarbrough 
Daniel 
Duncan 
Hill 
Totals 



Central — Coach Bob Graves 



min fg fga ft fta reb 



21 

29 

26 

23 

26 

3 



6 

16 

4 

3 

3 



10 

12 

12 

6 

14 


4 
11 
4 
2 









7 

10 

1 





2 
2 




9 

13 
1 
4 
1 

4 
1 
2 
1 




pf tp 

" 10 

10 

16 

15 

12 





4 

12 

6 

2 





160 35 75 17 22 44 4 24 87 



Game No. 4 — Session No, 2 



Powel 


!1 Coun 


ity - 


- Ci 


Dach 


De 


ivid 


Fraley 




Taylor 


County - 


— Coach 


Fred Waddle 




Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a pf 


tp 


Player 


min fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Derickson 


21 


1 


3 








3 


5 


2 


Bridgewater 


■ 26 8 


14 


2 


7 


14 


1 


4 


18 


Long 


28 


3 


4 








6 


2 


6 


Holmes 


26 1 


9 








7 








2 


Goodwin 


31 


10 


20 








9 


3 4 


20 


Buchanan 


31 9 


17 


3 


9 


13 


1 


2 


21 


Kincer 


28 


7 


21 


1 


1 


4 


1 5 


15 


Tucker 


30 7 


14 


5 


7 


3 





2 


19 


Means 


31 


5 


12 








1 


2 3 


10 


Freeman 


28 


3 








4 


1 








Morehead 


S. 3 























Shaw 


6 


2 





2 


3 


1 








Ewen 


1 























Myles 


8 2 


2 





1 


3 








4 


Or me 


1 





1 

















Munford 


1 























Morehead 


G. 1 























Childers 


1 








1 














Crowe 


1 














1 


1 





Walker 


1 























Crabtree 


1 























Tucker 


1 











1 











Jones 


13 





3 








1 


2 





Web.ster 


1 


1 




















Totals 


160 


26 


64 


1 


1 


25 


8 20 


53 


Totals 


160 27 


62 


10 


27 


48 


4 


8 


64 



THE KENT 


UCK 


Y H 


:iGH SCHOC 


DL ATHLETE FOR 


APRIL, 1974 










Page N 


ine 


Game No. 5 


— Session No. 3 












Bryan 


Station 


— Coach Bob Barlow 


















Player 


min 


fg fga ft fta reb 


a pf 


tp 


Owensboro 


— 


Coach Bobby Watson 




Clay, J. 


32 


5 " 


8 2 2 


5 


1 2 


12 


Player min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a pf 


tp 


Jackson, A. 


22 


2 


8 3 3 


2 


3 4 


7 


Webster 29 


3 


9 


1 


11 


2 


6 


Givens 


32 


14 


25 7 9 


24 


3 


35 


Thruston 32 


7 


16 


1 3 


10 


3 


15 


Clay, B. 


32 


2 


8 2 2 


1 


3 2 


6 


Johnson 26 


3 


11 


1 2 


11 


1 


7 


Jackson, N. 


32 


6 


18 1 2 


2 


1 3 


13 


Higgs 29 


11 


23 


2 6 


3 


2 5 


24 


Taylor 




















Reed 20 





2 





5 


1 5 





Johnson 




















Greenfield 9 


2 


3 


2 2 


4 


1 


6 


Hodge 


8 





2 


1 


3 





Jefferson 




















Beatty 


2 


1 


1 





1 


2 


Browning 




















Zielinski 




















Trodglen 3 


1 


1 





1 


1 


2 


Moore 




















Taylor 12 





2 





1 








Parker 




















Wilson 




















Totals 


160 


30 


70 15 18 


35 


8 18 


75 


Totals 160 


27 


67 


6 14 


46 


4 17 


60 



Game No. 6 — Session No. 3 

Male — Coach Wade Houston 



Player 
Griiffith 
Turner 
Adams 
Mack 
Moorman 
Gardner 
Yarbrough 
Anderson 
Jones 
Braxton 
Bibb 
Everett 
Totals 



min fg fga ft fta reb 
29 12 18 2 3 4 



29 

17 

24 

31 

6 

1 

1 

1 

1 

20 





12 
4 
4 



11 14 
2 2 



15 
5 7 

3 
2 



1 

1 




a pf tp 



160 42 64 10 15 37 



26 

18 

10 

2 

24 

6 









8 





Pikeville 



16 94 



Player 
Allen 
Stratton 
McCown 
Myers 
Clark 
Smith 
Ritchie 
Runyon 
Batten 
Waddell 
VanHoose 
Staggs 
Totals 



Coach David Collier 



min fg fga ft fta reb 



31 

31 

11 

31 

31 

19 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 



8 12 



23 
3 



7 18 
3 11 
3 


1 






3 
2 

7 

3 









6 



4 

2 2 

1 

8 11 

2 



a pf tp 
3 19 





16 
2 

21 
6 
7 









160 28 71 15 17 24 3 16 71 



Newpor 


t Cat] 


lolic 


; — . 


Coach Johr 


1 Gross 




Monticell 


.0 — 


- Co 


ach 


Joe 


Har 


per 






Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a pf 


tp 


Player min 


fg fga 


ft fta ; 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Wilfong 


32 


3 


9 


9 





6 


Ferrell 23 


3 


6 








7 





1 


6 


Desmond 


28 


9 


17 


7 


3 


18 


Silvers 32 


2 


5 








8 





1 


4 


Devoto 


32 


6 


10 


2 2 9 





14 


Dunagan 32 


12 


25 


2 


2 


7 





2 


26 


Dawn 


32 


8 


18 


6 6 5 


4 3 


22 


Duncan 29 


7 


21 


3 


4 


6 


2 


5 


17 


Harris 


14 


1 


6 


1 1 


1 


2 


Miniard 32 


9 


15 


3 


3 


6 


2 


2 


21 


Ruschman 




















Lovett 9 














1 





1 





Bauman 


22 


7 


11 


1 8 


1 


14 


Fields 


























Little 




















Denney 


























Schenk 




















Shrum 


























Belting 




















Fields 


























Sandfoss 




















Bartleson 3 





1 








1 





1 





Craddock 




















Lair 


























Totals 


160 


34 


71 


8 10 39 


4 8 


76 


Totals 160 


33 


73 


8 


9 


36 


4 


13 


74 



Game No. 8 — Session No. 4 

Murray — Coach Bobby Toon 
Player min fg fga ft fta reb a 



Warren East — Coach Dallas Embry 
pf tp Player min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



McCuiston, T. 32 


5 


15 





9 


17 


2 


4 


10 


Britt, M. 


29 


6 


8 


5 


6 


7 





3 


17 


Wilder 


26 





3 


1 


2 


10 


1 


5 


1 


Lyons 


31 


3 


5 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


7 


Hudspeth 


32 


8 


10 


1 


2 


9 


3 


3 


17 


Britt, C. 


31 


10 


20 


2 


3 


10 





2 


22 


Jackson 


30 


15 


24 





1 


2 


2 


5 


30 


Watt 


31 


8 


12 


3 


4 


1 


4 


1 


19 


Lane 


32 


3 


8 


1 


2 





5 


3 


7 


Britt, J. 


30 


6 


17 


3 


4 


4 


4 





15 


Shelly 


6 














1 


1 








Hardcastle 


2 


























McCuiston, 


D. 1 





1 




















Carver 


1 





1 




















Alexander 





























Nethery 


1 











9 








1 





Williams 





























Carrier 


1 














1 











Miller 


1 


1 


1 

















2 


Elkins 


1 


























Frank 





























Jackson 


1 


























Tabers 





























Carter 


1 





1 




















Totals 


160 


32 


62 


3 


9 


39 


14 


20 


67 


Totals 


160 


33 


64 


14 


21 


25 


10 


11 


80 



Page Ten 












1 


'HE 


KEr 


■jTuc: 


KY HIGH SCHOOL A': 


rHLl 


3TE 


FOR APRIL, 1974 


Game No. 9 


— Session No. 5 


























Greenup 


County - 


— Coach Ramey 


Fletcher 




Madisonville - 


- Coach 


Don Parson 




Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player min fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a pf 


tp 


Litteral 


32 


7 


18 


4 


8 


8 


1 


2 


18 


Jones, F. 20 3 


5 





1 


6 


4 


6 


Coffee 


9 


1 


4 








1 


1 





2 


Dulin 24 6 


10 


2 


5 


10 


5 


14 


Quillen 


31 


10 


18 


6 


8 


8 


2 


3 


26 


Ashby 32 8 


22 


9 


9 


12 


3 3 


25 


Skaggs 


32 


11 


17 


9 


12 


11 





2 


31 


Jones. E. 31 8 


20 


4 


6 


5 


1 5 


20 


Jackson 


11 














1 





5 





Porter 24 5 


12 


2 


2 


6 


1 3 


12 


Bradley 


24 


1 


3 


6 


6 


4 





3 


8 


Waddle 9 2 


4 








4 


3 


4 


Howard 


20 





■") 


1 


2 


1 





5 


5 


McNarv 2 











1 


1 





Gillum 





























Wiley ' 




















Newell 





























White 




















Fugate 





























Jones J. 




















Sullivan 


1 











1 


1 











Scott 




















Lvbrook 




















Arnett 10 











1 


2 





"Totals 


160 


32 


62 


26 


37 


35 


4 


20 


90 


Totals 160 32 


73 


17 


23 


45 


5 26 


81 



Game No. 


10 — 


Sese 


don No. 5 


























Central 





Coach Bob 


Gravi 


es 






Taylor County ■ 


— Coach Fred Waddle 




Player 


min 


fg 


fga ft fta reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min fg fga 


ft 


fta reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Crooks 


20 


9 


19 1 3 


14 





4 


19 


Bridgewater 


31 6 


22 


1 


3 15 





5 


13 


Hampton 


29 


5 


13 1 1 


10 


1 


3 


11 


Holmes 


20 3 


"s 





2 





4 


6 


Miller, R. 


27 


8 


16 2 6 


15 


1 


2 


18 


Buchanan 


31 6 


11 


1 


3 5 





4 


13 


Thomas 


29 


8 


16 2 6 


6 


3 


4 


18 


Tucker, J. 


31 4 


10 


8 


10 4 


4 


2 


16 


Campbell 


14 


3 


8 1 


4 


1 


4 


6 


Freeman 


22 


1 








1 


2 





Buford 


5 





2 2 


2 


1 





2 


Shaw 


6 


2 


2 


2 





1 


2 


Miller, K. 


4 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 


4 


Myles 


14 1 


3 


1 


2 1 





3 


3 


Rudolph 


5 


2 


3 


4 








4 


Munford 


1 1 


2 





1 








2 


Yarbrough 


18 


5 


11 3 4 


1 





1 


13 


Childers 


1 














1 





Daniel 


3 





2 








1 





Walker 


1 




















Duncan 


3 





2 1 


3 





1 





Tucker, D. 


1 








2 











Hill 


3 





2 


1 











Webster 


1 


1 

















Totals 


160 


42 


94 11 24 


63 


8 


21 


95 


Totals 


160 21 


60 


13 


22 28 


5 


22 


55 



Game No. 11 — Session No. 6 

Bryan Station — Coach Bob Barlow 
Player min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



Player 



Male 



Coach Wade Houston 



min fg fga ft fta reb a pf tp 



Clay. J. 


32 


3 


10 


2 


2 


8 


1 


4 


8 


Griffith 


32 


12 


19 


1 


2 


13 


4 


2 


25 


Jackson. A. 


22 


9 


6 








4 


9 


5 


4 


Turner 


32 


11 


19 


2 


2 


6 





1 


24 


Givens 


32 


13 


29 


5 


6 


16 





1 


31 


Adams 


32 


5 


7 


1 


4 


13 





3 


11 


Clay, B. 


31 


5 


11 








4 


4 


1 


10 


Mack 


32 


2 


4 


4 


4 





3 


2 


8 


Jackson. N. 


27 


10 


17 


2 


3 


1 


2 


5 


90 


Moorman 


7 





3 














1 





Taylor. C. 


























"o 


Gardner 





























Johnson 





























Yarbrough 





























Hodge 


4 




















1 





Anderson 





























Beatty 


11 





5 




















Jones 





























Zelinski 


1 


























Braxton 





























Moore 





























Bibb 


25 


6 


9 


4 


5 


1 


3 





16 


Parker 





























Everett 





























Totals 


160 


33 


78 


9 


11 


33 


9 


17 


75 


Totals 


160 


36 


61 


12 


17 


33 


10 


9 


84 



Newport Catholic — 


Coach John 


Gross 




Warren East — 


Coach Dallas Embry 




Player min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Wiifong 31 


6 


10 





13 





1 


12 


Britt. M. 


31 


3 


10 


1 2 


6 








7 


Desmond 25 


12 


21 


1 


2 


1 


3 


25 


Lyons 


31 


1 


3 





2 


3 


2 


2 


Devoto 22 


5 


9 





5 


1 


2 


10 


Britt, C. 


31 


16 


25 


4 5 


18 


1 


3 


36 


Dawn 31 


6 


9 


1 


1 7 





2 


13 


Watt 


31 


5 


15 


3 6 





3 


2 


13 


Harris 30 





2 








4 


5 





Britt, J. 


32 


7 


12 


2 3 


4 


2 


3 


16 


Ruschman 2 











1 











Hardcastle 


1 























Bauman 6 


1 


4 














2 


Carver 


1 























Little 9 





1 


2 


2 3 





3 


2 


Nethery 


























Schenk 1 











1 











Carrier 


























Belting 1 


1 


1 














2 


Elkins 


























Sandfoss 1 























Jackson 


1 























Brunson 1 





1 











1 





Carter 


1 





1 





1 











Totals 160 


31 


58 


4 


5 30 


6 


17 


66 


Totals 


160 


32 


66 


10 16 


32 


9 


10 


74 



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Page 


Eleven 


Game No. 13 — Session No. 7 






























Greenup County - 


— Coach 


Ramey 


Fletcher 


Central 


— 


Coach Bob Graves 






Player min fg fga ft fta reb 


a 


Pf 


tp 


Player min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Litteral 24 


7 


1 


5 





1 





Crooks 25 


2 


9 





1 


8 





4 


4 


Coffee 16 1 


8 2 


4 


11 





3 


4 


Hampton 19 


5 


9 








7 





5 


10 


Quillen 28 3 


20 10 


14 


9 


1 


2 


16 


Miller, R. 26 


6 


13 





1 


17 





2 


12 


Skaggs 29 4 


17 3 


4 


7 


1 


2 


11 


Thomas 26 


5 


11 


7 


8 


5 


3 


4 


17 


Jackson 11 


1 





1 





3 





Campbell 12 


8 


10 


2 


2 


6 








18 


Bradley 18 


5 


2 


3 





3 





Buford 2 





1 


2 


2 


1 





2 


2 


Howard 11 








1 










Miller, K. 5 





2 








2 


1 


2 





Gillum 10 3 


3 













6 


Rudolph 7 





3 


2 


3 


6 


1 





2 


Newell 3 








1 










Yarbrough 26 


10 


17 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


21 


Fugate 2 





1 













Daniel 3 





1 








1 











Sullivan 5 


2 





1 










Duncan 5 


1 


3 





1 


4 








2 


Lybrook 3 


2 
















Hill 4 


1 


3 


2 


2 


1 





1 


4 


Totals 160 11 


65 15 


26 


39 


2 


20 


37 


Totals 160 


38 


82 


16 


21 


60 


6 


21 


92 



Game No. 14 — Session No. 7 



Male — 


Coach 


Wade Houston 






Warren East — 


- Co 


ich Dallas Embry 




Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Griffith 


22 


10 


20 








17 


3 





20 


Britt, M. 


24 


2 


16 


3 4 


7 





2 


7 


Turner 


25 


5 


13 


1 


2 


11 


3 





11 


Lyons 


26 


1 


3 


2 2 


7 





2 


4 


Adams 


17 


8 


11 





1 


9 





4 


16 


Britt, C. 


27 


4 


18 


2 2 


6 





4 


10 


Mack 


23 


2 


3 








3 


1 


2 


4 


Watt 


32 


6 


20 


4 4 


7 


2 


4 


16 


Moorman 


19 


5 


12 








4 





1 


10 


Britt, J. 


32 


13 


29 


3 4 


9 


1 


1 


29 


Gardner 


7 





2 


4 


8 


1 





2 


4 


Hardcastle 


14 





2 





3 





3 





Yarbrough 


5 


1 


2 








1 


1 





2 


Carver 


3 























Anderson 


4 


1 


2 








2 





1 


2 


Nethery 


























Jones 


6 


1 


1 








1 





2 


2 


Carrier 


2 























Braxton 


7 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 





1 


3 


Elkins 


























Bibb 


23 


5 


8 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


12 


Jackson 


























Everett 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Carter 


























Totals 


160 


40 


76 


9 


17 


55 


10 


15 


89 


Totals 


160 


26 


88 


14 16 


39 


3 


16 


66 


Game No. 


15 — 


Session No. 


8 




























Central 


— 


Coach Bob 


Graves 






Male — 


Coach Wade Houston 






Player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Player 


min 


fg fga 


ft fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


Crooks 


23 


3 


9 








8 





4 


6 


Griffith 


27 


2 


9 


2 2 


5 





4 


6 


Hampton 


32 


4 


12 








8 


1 


2 


8 


Turner 


32 


2 


12 


3 3 


6 


1 


3 


7 


Miller, R. 


32 


2 


5 





1 


12 


1 


2 


4 


Adams 


32 


5 


8 


4 6 


12 





4 


14 


Thomas 


29 


5 


13 


8 


10 


4 





4 


18 


Mack 


23 


1 


5 


2 2 


4 


2 


2 


4 


Yarbrougli 


32 


11 


22 





1 


3 


2 


3 


22 


Moorman 


18 


2 


8 





5 








4 


Buford 








"5 




















Yarbrougli 


























Miller, K. 





























Anderson 


























Rudolph 


2 





1 


1 


2 


1 








1 


Jones 


























Campbell 


10 





3 











1 


1 





Gardner 


























Daniel 





























Bra.xton 


























Duncan 





























Bibb 


28 


9 


14 


1 1 


2 





2 


19 


Hill 





























Everett 


























Totals 


160 


25 


65 


9 


14 


36 


5 


16 


59 


Totals 


160 


21 


56 


12 14 


34 


3 


15 


54 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Baseball Officials 

(List Compiled March 25) 

If one lelephone number is given for an official Usfed, 
iJ is Ihe home phone unless otherwise designaled. If Iwo 
numbers are given, ihe first number is that of the home 
phone. 

Anderson, Luther S., Liberty Heights, Carlisle 40311, 289- 

2364 
Asher Ralph. Box 232, Olive Hill 41164, 286-2081, 286-2081 
Back Philip D., Box 72, Providence 42450, 667-5649, 667-2411 
Bankston, Michael, Box 251, Belfry 41514. 353-4571, 353-7230 
Bemiss. Eugene, R. R. 3, Shelbyville 40065, 633-3295, 633- 

1625 
Blackburn, Elster, Allen 41601, 874-2776. 478-2255 
Blair, Kenneth, Hindman 41822, 785-3240, 436-3158 
Blodgett, Mike, 1000 Celia Lane, Lexington 40504, 278-4949 
Bonny, Thomas, Route 3. Irvine 40336, 723-2360, 723-3537 
Bradshaw, Mickey Lee, Alumni Tower, 510, M.S.U., More- 
head 40351, 377-2464, 783-4388 
Brandenburg, Ronnie L., Box 42, Beattyvllle 41311, 464- 

3248, 464-2484 
Brewer, Jerrv, Bonnvman 41719, 436-6200. 436-3155 
Brewer, Llovd. Comb 41729, 436-6672, 436-3155 
Bristol. Charles E., Lot 54, Hidden Valley, Radcliff 40160, 
351-4149 



Bioaddus, William, R. 1, Box 37E, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

9006. 549-3164 
Brown, J. W. 'Scoop' Brown, 975 Waverly Drive. Lexing- 
ton 40505, 252-0954, 255-0835 
Burgess, Richard N.. Box 452, B.^rdwell 42023, 628-3527, 

628-3119 
Butcher. Stephen D,, Box 14, Meally 41234, 789-1548, 297- 

3738 
Butcher. Michael. Wittensville 41274. 297-3806 
Butler. Charles F,, 566-A Stryker Village, Ft. Campbell 

42223. 798-5346. 798-7350 
Butner. Billv M.. Rt. 8, Box 29H, Somerset 42501, 561-5126, 

423-2500 ' 
Calhoun, Roger. Box 357, Grayson 41143, 474-5411 
Campbell. Douglas J., Viper 41774. 436-5940. 436-6811 
Cardin, Melvis, Rt. 1. Box 277, Sonora 42776, 369-6501 
Carr, Billv W., 612 Village Drive, Franklin 42134, 586-6910. 

586-3261 
Castillo. Juan M.. Jr.. 4857 FD Lee Village. Ft. Campbell 

42223. 439-5700. 798-6796 
Catlett. Anthonv L.. Box 21. Sebree 42455, 639-2651 (Bus.) 
Caudill. Billv M.. Box 327, Vicco 41773, 476-2912 
Cave. Earnest. 4821 L Lee Village, Ft. Campbell 42223. 798- 

7358 
Chandler. Roger, Rt. 6, Shelbj-ville 40065, 633-3235. 633-2653 
Chasteen, Earl. 109 Tavlor Drive, Cynthiana 41031. 234-4897 
Clark. Larrv D., 101 AG, Ft. Campbell 42223, 798-5828 
Claxton, James, 401 Medallion Court. Louisville 40219, 

968-1,376 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1974 



Clenimons, Douglas M„ Box 236, Edmonton 42129, 432-4393, 

432-2051 
Collins, Hubert, Wittensville 41274, 297-3152, 789-4890 
Combs, Ira, Jeff 41751, 436-3002 
Cooper, Chuck, 102 Meadow Lane, Cvnthiana 41031, 234- 

3621. 858-9990 
Cox, Clarence (Chuck), 497 Hill-n-Dale, Lexington 40503, 

277-5991, 252-5825 
Cox, John E.. Box 122, Hodgenville 42748, 358-3275, 764-3317 
Cox, Robert Douglas. McDaniels 40152, 257-8826, 756-5046 
Craft, Terry L., Ohio River Road. Greenup 41144, 473-7582, 

624-1644 (Ft. Knox) 
Crager, Bobbv F.. 1703 Marv Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 41139. 

836-6069, 836-5623 
Craig. James D.. R. R. 4, Box 142, Albany 42602, 387-6635, 

387-6635 
Critz. George A., 207 Frazier Avenue, Columbia 42728, 384- 

4340. 384-4031 
Cunningham, William D.. 545A Stryker Village, Ft. Camp- 
bell 42223. 798-3546. 798-2625 
Cupp. Jackie. Rt. 4, Box 498, London 40741, 864-4076, 864- 

2181 
Curry. Randall, Box 96. Cave Citv 42127, 773-7502 
Daniels. James F., 48 Main Street, Paintsville 41240, 789- 

4558. 789-4646 
Davis. Esmer L., 562A Stryker Village Ft. Campbell 42223, 

798-3548. 798-6882 
Day, Jack L.. 605 Morehead Street, Central City 42330, 754- 

4700. 754-2272 
Deaton, Julian A., Jr . P. O. Box 102-A, Hindman 41822. 

785-3531, 785-3164 
Divine. Wayne L.. 626 Wahiut Street, Central City 42330, 

754-2783. 754-4474 
Donham, Raymond O., Calvin Manor Apt., C-12, Hopkins- 

ville 42240. 886-0783. 798-5391 
Eads. Walter C, 1005 E. 7th Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-0724, 798-6489 
Ebel. Jack. Hazelrigg Hall. Transylvania University, Lex- 

mgton 40508, 233-8519 
Eden. Ron, Box 348. Jamestown 42629, 343-3364, 866-3900 
Emmons. Guy W.. 6006 Shadow Run Road, Louisville 40219, 

964-7784 
Engle, William C, P. O. Box 46, Hindman 41822, 785-5543 
Estes. Walter R., 2776 Flamingo, Owensboro 42301, 683- 

1808. 683-1808 
Fallis. George F., Jr., 269 Lake Street, Ludlow 41016, 581- 

9769, 261-8211 
Fannui, Charles E.. Rt. 2, Box 154, Catlettsburg 41129. 739- 

5221 
Ferrell. Gene L., 2200 Surrey Drive, W., Owensboro 42301, 

684-0912, 764-1041 
Fields. Bobby, 3002 Seminole Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-5643 
Fields. Ronald M., 233 Fairview Drive, Henderson 42420, 

826-9859. 826-8381 
Fuson. David. Middlesboro 40965. 248-1503 
Forker. Maurice F.. Box 384. Sebree 42455, 835-7713, 835-7891 
Gardner, Larry, Route 4, Box 159, Fulton 42041, 838-6604, 

838-6604 
Gartin. Robert. 550 Brown Street, Paintsville 41240, 789- 

5274. 789-4001 
Gaskin. Donald W., P. O. Box 22, Jamestown 42629, 866- 

6184. 343-4222 
Gent. Herman T., Rt. 1, Box 359, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

5902, 248-3300 
Gibson, Junior L., Clarkson 42726, 242-3551, 242-3611 
Gillians. Daniel C III, 3001 Baybrook, Owensboro 42301, 

683-6186 (Bus.) 
Glass. K. L., 108 Adkins Street, Clarksville, Tenn. 37040, 

648-2056, 798-2719 
Goodnight. Hershel, Jr., 424 Breckinridge Street, Franklin 

42134. 586-4235 
Gosman. Carroll. R. R. 1, Bedford 40006, 255-3379 
Hall. Michael L.. 516 Morehead Street. Central City 42330, 

754-3524 
Hansford, Cletus, 10117 Donau Lane Louisville 40272, 937- 

2659, 582-4417 
Harlow. Steve. 3311 Schneiter Avenue, Louisville 40215, 

366-6274 
Henkenberns. Bob, 1426 Licking Pike, Cold Springs 41076, 

781-2062 
Henslev. Eugene, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 254. Smilax 41764. 279-2148 
Hickman, P. J., 323 Wayne Drive, Hopkinsville 42240. 886- 

7797 
Hillard, William O., 2030 A Werner Pk., Ft. Campbell 42223, 

798-6331. 798-5787 
Hillyer, Charles L.. 201 Dalewood Drive, Clarksville, Tenn. 

37040. 647-7525, 798-5115 
Hilton. Billy, 323 Maplewood Avenue, Springfield 40069, 

3.36-7594 
Hitt, Billy D. Rt. 2, Maysvllle 41056. 759-7707, 564-9156 
Hopson. James E., Rt. 1. Box 918M, Pikevllle 41501, 437- 

7772, 432-1461 
Howard, Murph, Box 669, Harlan 40831, 573-3094 



Hudson, Douglas, Box 43, Worthville 41098, 732-6423 
Hudson, Mark D., Box 43, Worthville 41098, 732-6423 
Hurt, Thomas C, 122 Hamilton Avenue, Lancaster 40444, 

792-3067, 792-2312 
Jackson, Douglas, P. O. Box 101, Greenville 42345, 338-3947, 

338-3947 
Johnson, Kenneth W., Carter Hall #4, Morehead 40351, 

784-6849 
Johnson, W. Lynn, P. O. Box 329, Morehead 40351, 784- 

5393, 845-2551, Ext. 228 
Jones Robert E., 1312 Klrkwood Drive, Murray 42071, 753- 

7504, 924-5602 
Joseph. Charles S., 1081 Lincoln Trail Blvd., Radcllff 40121. 

351-6710, 351-6677 
Kemplin, Frank, Box 69, Georgetown College, Georgetown 

40324, 863-7362, 863-7291 
Kraemer. David, Rt. 1, Limestone Village, Maysville 41056, 

564-5263, 759-7141 
Lawson, David W., 248 University Drive, Apt. 1, Radcllff 

40160, 351-9989. 877-2210 
Leeds. Gary, 4803-K Lee Village, Ft. Campbell 42223, 439- 

5737. 798-6164 
Leigh. Eugene F., 506 17th Street, Corbin 40701, 528-1501, 

528-1212, Ext. 35 
Liles Roger A., R. R. 7, Vanceburg 41179, 796-3127 
Lykms, Virgil, Lees Jr. College, Jackson 41339, 666-7831 
Lynch, Lester F., 702 N. Main Street, Elizabethtown 42701, 

765-2060, 769-5592 
Maxev. Richard E.. P. O. Box 87, West Somerset 42501, 

678-4888. 679-4401 
McBride, W. Kenneth. 157 St. William Drive, Lexington 

40502, 266-7786, 255-6666, St. #5 
McCIure. Jerry T., 1857 Courtland Drive, Lexington 40505, 

299-5465 2(J9-1396 
McCord, Flovd D., 1945 Brent Street, Paris 40361, 987-1619, 

233-2000. Ext. 2583 
McCubbin. Kent, 104 Hillview Acres, Greensburg 42743, 

932-7639, 932-7801 
Mcintosh. Charles. Route 5, Shelbyville 40065, 834-7851 
McKinney, Tony, Rt. 6, Morgantown 42261, 728-2315, 842- 

1311 
McLaren, Harold W., Danville Road, Lancaster 40444, 792- 

4243 365-2191 
Merritt,' Jerel E., Rt. 1, Pembroke 42266, 439-4055, 798-5085 
Mills, James F., Route 9, Marion 42064, 965-3683, 965-3186 
Monfort, Eddie. 415 Transylvania. Lexington 40508, 233-8538 
Morrison, Daniel, Rt. 16, Garvin Lane, Bowling Green 

42101. 843-1835. 842-2481 
Morton, William E., 3515 W. Kentucky Street, Louisville 

40211. 774-1754, 589-4321, Ext. 255 
Mulligan. J. T., 427 Center Street, Erlanger 41018, 341- 

5628. 341-5628 
Mullins, Charles E.. Schultz Road, South Shore 41175, 473- 

9813 (Bus.) 
Murphy, David G., 608 Maple Street, Lebanon 40033, 692- 

6542, 692-2142 
Murphy. Donnie R., R. R. 2. Russellville 42276, 726-6109 
Napier. Oramious J., Box 562. Airport Gardens, Hazard 

41701. 436-2590 
Nieporte, Ron. 200 Bluegrass Apt. 75C. Newport 41071, 

441-8362. 291-1104 
Noel. David A.. Cardinal Lane, Harrodsburg 40330, 734- 

2494. 734-2312 
Ohr, Joedv. 521 Elm Street, Ravenna 40472, 723-5501 
Omer, William K., Route 1, Clay 42404, 333-2529, 333-4008 
Orem. Stuart W., Rt. 4. Box 63, Shelbyville 40065. 633-5741 
Palko. Joseph. 201 West Main Street, Lynch 40855, 848-2211 
Pearson, James, 15 Terrace Avenue. Crestview 41076. 441- 

5799 541-0135 Ext 50 
Phelps, 'Clovis. io6 Green Hill. Somerset 42301, 698-8683, 

678-4033 
Pelphrey, Jack, Rt. 5, Box 657, Ashland 41101, 928-9524 
Pelphrey, Joe, Rt. 3, W. Prestonsburg 41668, 886-6265, 285- 

3682 
Pierson, Oscar, Jr., P. O. Box 385, Owenton 40359,, 484- 

3303, 484-3878 
Poe, Thomas R., 557 Northslde Drive, Lexington 40505, 

293-0634. 233-2000, Ext. 3784 
Powers. Fred J., Jr.. Route 2, Owenton 40359, 484-3468 
Pratlier. Clinton 'Turk', 212 E. Main Street, LaGrange 

4(1031. 222-1984. 222-9469 
Reece, Robert W. (Bobby), R. R. 1, Box 348, Edmonton 

42129 432-4781 432-2051 
Reeder. Gregory K., 1800 E. Main Street, Greenup 41144, 

473-7118 
Reeves. Curtis R.. 568 Severn Way, Lexington 40503, 277- 

1725, 254-8061, Ext. 212 
Reif, Harrv, 116 Country View Court, Rt. 1, Campbells- 

ville 42718, 465-7343, 465-8774 
Rigsby, James M., 180 Euclid Avenue, Paintsville 41240, 

789-4667 

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Official Organ of the 
Keutiicky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XXXVI— NO. 10 



MAY, 1974 



$1.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Members 





Ray Story 



George E. Sauer, Jr. 



Prin. Ray Story of North Hardin High School 
and Prin. George Sauer of duPont Manual High 
School will represent Sections 3 and 4 respective- 
ly on the Board of Control for a four year period 
beginning July 1, 1974. 

Ray Story is a native of Lincoln County 
where he attended Memorial High School and 
was a varsity player in basketball and baseball. 
Alter graduation he earned a B.S. Degree at 
Campbellsville, a M.A. Degree and a Rank I 
from Western Kentucky University. 

Mr. Story began teaching in the Vine Grove 
Elementary School in 1960 then moved to the 
North Hardin High School in 1963. He became 
Assistant Principal in 1965, assuming his present 
post in 1967. 

Mr. Story is active in civic, church and pro- 
fessional activities. He has served as chairman of 
the Planning and Zoning Commission, charter 
president of the Optomist Club, president of the 
4th District Principals Association and is on the 
Board of Directors of the K.A.S.S.P. serving as 
membership chairman. 

He is married to Sue Cecil of Stephensburg, 
who is a teacher. They have two children, Mark 
and Tim, and are members of the Vine Grove 
Baptist Church. 

George E. Sauer, Jr., a native of Louisville, 
attended Frankhn Elementary, Barret Junior 
High School and graduated from Louisville Male 
High School in 1950. Four years later he was 
awarded a B.A. Degree from Western Kentucky 
University and a M.A. Degree in 1961 and a Rank 
I in 1967. 

At Male Mr. Sauer was president of the 
Senior Class. Co-Captain of the football team in 
1949 and received an athletic scholarship to West- 
ern where he was a regular guard for four years. 

Mr. Sauer had a brillant military career be- 
ing a Distinguished Military Graduate from 
Western as a Cadet Colonel. Receiving a 2nd Lt. 
Commission in 1954, he went through Officer's 
Training at Fort Benning, Georgia, and then 
Ranger School and Heavy Mortar School. His 
assignments in service included: Infantry Pla- 
toon Leader, Company Commander, Heavy Mor- 
tar Company and IntelUgence Officer for Battle 
Group. He was discharged as a Captain after 



serving with the 10th and 3rd Infantry Di-visions 
in Germany. 

Mr. Sauer has been in the Louisville School 
System since 1958 as a teacher and Assistant 
Principal at Shawnee High School where he was 
named principal in 1969. He held this post until 
1971 when he assumed his present position. 

In addition to the educational activities, Mr. 
Sauer was assistant football and head baseball 
coach at Shawnee from 1958 until he became 
head football coach in 1960. He was named Foot- 
ball Coach of the Year in 1965, his last year. 

Mr. Sauer is married to Charlene Sabens of 
Glasgow. They have two children, Jeffrey age 
18. and Jennie age 13. They are members of the 
Jeffersontown Christian Church where he is an 
Elder and Vice-Chairman of the Church Board. 



Supplementary List of 

Registered Baseball Officials 

(List Compiled April 25) 

If one telephone number is given for an official 
listed, it is the home pho.ne unless otherwise designated. 
If two numbers axe given, the first number is that of 
the home phone. 

.Adams, Glenn. 1330 A Werner Park, Ft. Campbell 42223, 

793-3144, 798-6792 
Ale.xander. Ban v, 103 Kirbv Avenue, Warsaw 41095 
Allen, Doug. Box 229, Jackson 41339 
Allen. Thomas E., Rt, 2, Box 74, Vuie Grove 40175, 828- 

3523. 422-3214 
Audas. Brent, Walnut Grove, Dawson Springs 42408, 

797-4011. 886-3043 
Bates. James, Box 584. Whitesburg 40851. 633-7227 
Baxter. Wavne B., 497 Audubon Court, Radcliff 40160 
Bieterman. ' Richard, 2546 Citation Avenue. Owensboro 

42301. 926-2700, 926-2700 
Brewer. John B., Box 28, Route 1. Stanton 40380, 663-4340 
Butcher, David N.. Haggan HaU iti, Morehead 40351, 

784-8205 
Butler. Tez. Box 232, Edmonton 42129, 432-2143 
Camp, Doug, Elkton 42220, 265-2581 (Bus.) 
Carnes, Patrick M,, 1041 S. Lime, Lexington 40503, 278- 

3005. 233-5196 
Carroll, Joe E.. Falcon 41426. 349-3362, 349-3362 
Coates. Henrv. Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon 40456 
Collmsworth. Kenneth, Campton 41301, 668-6346, 668-3402 
Colvin. James F.. Forest Park Road, Paintsville 41240, 

789-3691, 886-2311 
Combs. Henry B.. Star Rt. 5. Quicksand 41363, 666-7876 
Conlev, Joseph. 2436 Roosevelt Avenue, Ashland 41101, 

324-6042 
Conn. Hershel, Dana 41615, 478-5505 
Crowe. William M., Box 34, Stanton 40380, 663-4083, 

663-4475 
Davis. Rudv R.. 9217 Wendell Way. Jeffersontown 40299. 

491-1882; 581-2520 
Denton, William. 14 Clove Court, Henderson 42420, 827- 

3409. 826-3733 
Dorsev, James O.. P.O. Box 504. Somerset 42501, 679-2738. 

678-5929 
Dvehouse. James F.. Jr.. 235 Dantzler Court, Lexnigton 

40503. 278-1620. 254-6491 
Eaves. Shellv. Greenville 42345. 338-2872 
Edington. Mike, Box 325, Vanceburg 41179, 796-3275, 

796-2823 
Ellison Johnnv, Chenoa 40925, 337-2329 (Bus.) 
Edmondson. Johnnv B.. R.R. 1, Glencoe 41046, 643-5288 
Farrell, Joe, 11 Floral Court, Ft, Thomas 41075, 441-7812. 

941-4930 
Fennell Robert E,. 503 Lexington Avenue, Newport 

41071, 581-8083. 291-5250 
Francis. William L.. Box 127, Mt. Washington 40047, 538- 

4285, 945-0211. Ext. 55 

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VOL. XXXVI— NO. 10 



MAY, 1974 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the 

Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office of Publication, 560 E. Cooper Dr., P. O. Box 7502. 

Lexington, Ky. 40502 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Ke;itucky 

Editor JOE B. MANSFIELD 

Assistant EdUor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor __. . LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor __ BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 
BOARD OF CONTROL 

President Frank B. Simpson (1972-1975), Louisville 

Vice-President W. P. Wheeler (1971-1975). Owensboro 

Directors . J. C. Cantrell (1970-1974), Valley Station; 

J. Thomas Creamer (1973-1975). Maysville; Howard H. 
Crittenden (1973-1977). Murray; Andrew J. Fults (1972- 
197S), Olive Hill; Arthur H. Hawkins (1972-1976), Mt. 
Sterling; Louie Martin (1972-1976), Corbin; James R. Wil- 
liams (1973-1977), Somerset; Roy L. Winchester (1970- 
1974). Bethlehem. 



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REPORTS PAST DUE 

1. School's Report on Basketball Officials 

2. Official's Report on Schools (Basketball) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 

ance for he eight sessions was 124,954 for an 
average of 15,620 per session. This compares to 
an attendance of 120,525 for the 1973 tournament. 
The total ticket sales for 1974 was $286,142.00. The 
estimated tournament expenses are approximate- 
ly $85,000.00. A complete record of all receipts 
and disbursements will appear in the annual 
audit. Tom Creamer moved, seconded by Roy 
Winchester, that the State Tournament report be 
accepted as presented. The motion carried unan- 
imously. 

Mr. Jim Gatewood, Principal of Westport 
High School, came before the Board requesting 
that Soccer be changed from a "Fall" to a 
"Spring" sport. He stated that he had polled the 
Principals of all Soccer playing schools and found 
that eighteen favored the change, while two were 
opposed and two were undecided. He requested 
that the Board consider approving the change on 
a one year trial basis. President Simpson assured 
Mr. Gatewood that his request would be given 
full consideration. Mr. Gatewood thanked the 
Board for considering his request and departed. 
Roy Winchester then made the motion, seconded 
by J. C. Cantrell, that Soccer be changed to a 
Spring sport on a trial basis of one year. All 
members voted aye. 

Upon the recommendation of Commissioner 
Mansfield, the Board of Control adopted the fol- 
lowing changes or additions in the rules and reg- 
ulations governing basketball tournaments of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association: 



Attention, Officials! 

The registration period for K.H.S.A.A. offi- 
cials is and has been for several years the same 
as the Association fiscal year, namely July-June. 
Advance applications for registration in football 
and basketball are not now being accepted. 
Previously registered officials in these sports 
will receive their renewal application cards at 
some time during the summer months after the 
new National Federation publications have been 
received in the State Office. Previously regis- 
tered officials should not send in their renewal 
fees until they receive these cards. 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Stouffer's Inn, 
Louisville, on Thursday morning, April 18, 1974. 
The meeting was called to order by President 
Frank Simpson at 9:00 A.M., with Board mem- 
bers J. C. Cantrell, J. Thomas Creamer, Howard 
R. Crittenden, Andrew J. Fultz, Arthur Hawkins, 
Louie Martin, James R. Williams and Roy L. 
Winchester; Commissioner J. B. Mansfield and 
Assistant Commissioners Tom Mills, Billy V. Wise 
and Louis Stout present. Mr. Conley Manning was 
present representing the State Department of 
Education. The invocation was given by J. C. 
Cantrell. 

Roy Winchester moved, seconded by Jack 
Fultz, that the reading of the minutes of the 
previous meeting be waived since the members 
of the Board had received copies of these min- 
utes in the mail. The motion carried unanimous- 

ly. 

Assistant Commissioner Tom Mills reported 
an increase in attendance at the 1974 State Bask- 
etball Tournament. He reported that the attend- 



I. Dates of Tournaments 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association shall di- 
rectly or through its Commissioner ar- 
range for a girls' and boys' district bask- 
etball tournament during the first week 
in March; and regional tournaments dur- 
ing the second week. The state tourna- 
ments will be held, one each week, dur- 
ing the third and fourth weeks. 
VI. B — State Tournament 

1. The following expense allowances 
will apply if the receipts from the tourn- 
ament make them justifiable, otherwise, 
the allowance will be determined by the 
Board of Control: 
XI. Number of Players 

Each team shall be limited at each tourn- 
ament game to twelve players from 
among those whose names appear on the 
final eligibility lists, and these pla.yers 
must be designated for each game of the 
tournament. No others may be in uni- 
form. 
XIV. Dimensions of Tournament Courts 

The dimensions of the court on which the 
games will be played will be determined 
by the size of the court at the tourna- 
ment site. 

Superintendent Roy James, Principal Johnny 
Vincent and Athletic Director Jimmy Leo Stice 
of Edmonson County came before the Board re- 
questing that Edmonson County High School be 
moved from Region 3, District 12, to Region 4, 
District 15. Mr. James explained that the move 
would cut travel distance and expense for the 
team and fans. Following several questions by 
members of the Board, President Simpson 
thanked Mr. James for coming before the Board 
and assured him that sincere consideration would 
be given to his request and that he would be in- 
formed of the final decision. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



Page Three 



The Commissioner then reported the need 
for basketball redistricting in certain areas. After 
a discussion concerning redistricting requests, 
Louie Martin moved that Whitesville Trinity be 
moved from the ninth District to the eleventh 
District: that Ohio County and Fordsville be 
moved from the 11th District to the 12th Dis- 
trict; that Edmonson County be moved from the 
Third Region. District 12. to the Fourth Region. 
District 15: and that Russell County be moved 
from District 47 to District 46. The motion was 
seconded by Arthur Hawkins and all members 
voted aye. 

Considerable discussion was then given to 
the fact that four basketball districts were repre- 
sented by only three teams. Howard Crittenden 
stated that since it is an ever increasing prob- 
lem, due to consolidation, to maintain four dis- 
tricts with a minimum of four teams in the six- 
teen regions, he would make the motion that a 
district may be left with three teams where 
necessary but that other teams could be moved 
into the district upon request or when the Board 
of Control deemed it justifiable. Louie Martin 
seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 

To prohibit one of the three teams in a dis- 
trict drawing into the regional tournament and 
receiving a trophy without winning a game, the 
following plan for a three team district was 
adopted: In a district having three teams (A, B. 
C) the team drawing the bye (C) will play the 
loser of the game between "the other two teams. 
If "C"' loses this game the tournament is over 
with the other two teams advancing to the regi- 
onal. If "C" defeats the loser of the first game 
then it will play the winner of the first game in 
the final game of the tournament. 

Mr. Mansfield presented a letter from Mr. 
Buford T. Horton. Superintendent of the Estill 
County Schools, requesting that Estill County be 
transferred from basketball Region 11, District 
44. to Region 10. District 40. Following a lengthy 
discussion, the Board failed to take action upon 
this request. 

The Board failed to take the necessary act- 
ion to restore eligibility in the following cases: 

1. Janet Hubbard Salmons, a student at 
Knox Central High School, who is in- 
eligible under By-Law 5. Section 4. Pre- 
ceding Semester Enrollment. 

2. James Stidham. a student at Powell 
County High School, who is ineligible 
under" By-Law 5. Section 1, Number of 
Semesters. 

3. Jim Ed Livesay, a student at Lloyd Me- 
morial High School, who is ineligible un- 
der By-Law 6. Section 1, Transfer Rule. 

4. Phillip Wells, a student at Johnson Cen- 
tral High School, who is ineligible under 
By-Law 4. Age Limit. 

On the motion of Jack Fultz, seconded by J. 
C. Cantrell. the Board of Control voted unani- 
mously to sanction a basketball game between 
the National Russian Juniors and the Herald 
Leader All-Stars. The game will be played on 
April 29, 1974. The Board emphasized that such 
action did not in any way represent a change in 
policy or philosophy regarding post-season and ' 
or all-star games. Due to the nature of the game, 
and since it is to be held only one time, it was 
given special consideration. 

Mr. Mansfield presented correspondence re- 
garding a request for an appeal of the penalty 
ruling of the Commissioner in the case of C. V. 
Preston, a student at Johnson Central High 



School. After studying the correspondence, Louie 
Martin moved, seconded by Roy Winchester, that 
the ruling of the Commissioner stand and if any- 
thing, the penalty should have been more severe. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mansfield presented a letter received 
from Mrs. Blanche Mahoney, Chief Clerk of the 
Senate, which contained Senate Resolution Num- 
ber 65. The Resolution requested that the Board 
of Control consider setting up three classes in 
basketball similar to that system of classification 
presently established for secondary football pro- 
grams. This Resolution was adopted by the Sen- 
ate on March 18. 1974. A discussion followed, 
with each Board member expressing the attitude 
of school personnel in his respective section to- 
ward classification. Results of various surveys 
made by member schools were presented. Presi- 
dent Simpson appointed Tom Creamer. Howard 
Crittenden and J. C. Cantrell to serve on a com- 
mittee to study classification in basketball. He 
stated that he would appoint other persons to 
the committee who are both in favor of and op- 
posed to classification. 

Mr. Lee Williams. Executive Secretary, Bask- 
etball Hall of Fame, requested by letter "that the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association con- 
tribute annually a $100.00 Life Membership fee 
to the Basketball Hall of Fame. No action was 
taken on this request. 

Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise pre- 
sented suggestions for Board consideration con- 
cerning the assignment of officials in the various 
sports for the 1974-75 school year. Each member 
was asked to discuss these with his local Policy 
Committee prior to the next Board meeting. 

Frank Simpson and W. P. Wheeler were 
named delegate and alternate, respectively, to 
the forthcoming annual meeting of the National 
Federation. 

Roy Winchester made the motion, seconded 
by Jack Fultz, that all bills of the Association 
beginning March 1, 1974. and ending March 31. 
1974. be allowed. The motion was carried unani- 
mously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control 
was scheduled for Wednesday. June 5, 1974. at 
10:00 A.M. in Morehead. 

There being no further business, the meet- 
ing adjour ned. 

Supplementary List of 

Registered Baseball Officials 

(Continued from Page One) 

Franklin. Mike. 10027 Prairie Drive. Vallev Station 40272. 

937-1172 
Froebel. Martin C, 5553 A Folser. Fort Knox 40121. 624- 

8460. 624-3427 
Gabriel. Ricliard K.. 4316 Wlnagte Road. Louisville 40207. 

895-1903 
Garrett. Steve. 104 Ann Street, Irvine 40336, 723-3140, 

723-3537 
Goad. Dale B.. Rt. 1, Gamaliel 42140, 781-1143, 457-2201 
Green. Connelv. Bo.x 941. Warsaw 41095, 567-2372 
Green, .Timniie. Box 135. Belcher 41513. 754-5318 
Haddix. James T., Jr.. P.O. Box 550 Jackson 41331. 666- 

5:i58 
Hamilton. Robert G.. 1002 College Avenue. Jackson 

41339. 666-7091 
Haneline. Richard F.. 506 Windsor Drive. Mavfield 

42066. 247-7744. 623-4349 
Haves. John A.. 344 Oaklawn. Brandenburg 40108, 422- 

2806. 422-3214 
Hendrix. J.Tck. Rt. 9. Box 13. London 40741. 864-2075. 

864-5115 
Herald. Burton. Jr.. Quicksand 41363. 666-7888. 666-2486 
Herald. Paul Robin. Quicksand 41363. 666-7117. 666-2805 
Herren. Thomas K.. 667 Hill *N' Dale Road, Lexington 

40503. 277-4029. 278-0306 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



Kentucky's Game Guy 



Cerlified 




Kim Miller 

Tlie Kentucky High School Athletic Associ- 
ation gave its highest award to an individual at 
the Delegate Assembly meeting on April 18. 
President Frank Simpson presented Kim Miller 
of the Louisville Central High School the 1974 
Game Guy Award. The award is given to the 
person overcoming the greatest handicap to par- 
ticipate in the sports' program. 

In nominating Kim Miller for the award. 
Central's Principal, Joseph McPherson. said: "I 
would Uke to recommend Kim Miller, a senior 
at Central High School for the 1974 'Game Guy' 
award. Kim was burned when he was four years 
old on the right side of his body, when his pa- 
jamas caught fire. Kim stayed in the hospital for 
one year, with third degree burns on his right 
leg, chest and arm. He is not able to extend his 
arm completely as a result of the burns and skin 
grafts. 

"Kim is a natural athlete as has been shown 
in his three years at Central. He has been a 
member of the varsity basketball team, where 
he has been a starter on occasions. He is one of 
our best pitchers on the baseball team, a de- 
fensive halfback on the football team and has 
represented the school in the district tennis tour- 
nament. On another occasion, he ran the half 
mile, in a dual meet with Manual High School, 
winning the event in 2:12.0. 

"Kim has one of the best attitudes of any 
athlete I have come in contact with. This was 
displayed even more this year when he had to 
sit on the bench while underclassmen were start- 
ing and playing more, on the basketball team, 
than the seniors." 



Approved and Certified Baseball Officials 

Some seventy-four K.H.S.A.A. officials regis- 
tered in baseball took the National Federation 
examination for the higher ratings on April 15, 
1974. 



Anderson, Luther S. 
Ashlej', Kenneth 
Audas, David C. 
Bell, Ronald K. 
Bernardini, Bruno 
Bertsch, Ronald 
Brause, Allan R. 
Burgess, Richard N. 
Bushkar, John 
Chasteen, Earl 
Crager, Bobby F. 
Culp, Leo 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Davis. Bunny 
Dill, Roger 
Duerson. W. R. 
Durbin. Roy 
Foust, Ray, Jr. 
Frankel, Louis S. 
Gibson. James Dean 
Glass, K. L. 
Goodman, Bennie Ray 
Griffith, Edwin Dale 
Hardin, Don G. 
Hubbs, Cletus 
Hurst, Terry L. 
Jones. Frank 
Jones, Joe S. 
Joseph, Charles S. 
Kaufman, Alvin 
Kimmel, Jerry 
King. James A. 
Lambert, Irvin G. 
Lewis. Charles H. 
Lile Clyde F. 
McClure, Jerry 



McConnell, Michael 
McDowell, Charles V. 
Marlette, Ron 
Marshall, Barry J. 
Mattingly, Charles P. 
Meyers, John F. 
Mooneyhan, James H. 
Morgan, Richard 
Morse, Richard K, 
Mulligan, J. T. 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Pardue, Israel L. 
Raines, J. 'W. 
Reif, Harry F. 
Rhodes, Don 
Ring, Bill 
Roe. Buddy 
Rogers, Bob 
Rogers. Eldridge 
Sandusky, Jerry 
Sargent, Steven F. 
Shaw, Earl 
Shipp, David E. 
Smith, Willard N. 
Strain, Richard P. 
Sumner, Carl 
Taylor, John O. 
Tucker, Jerome L, 
Tyre, Donald 
Urlage, Richard 
Washer, Jamie Don 
Williams, Bobby G. 
Winfrey, Shelby 
Wingfield, Felix G. 
Wright, John David 
Zirnheld, Leonard 



Approved 

Andress, Bill Joiner, Rocky D. 

Battoe, Darryl Klump, William Roger 

Brown, J. W. "Scoop" Kouns, Perry 
Butcher, Stephen D. Kouns, Robert H. 



Cherry. Robert L.. Jr. 
Cummins, Howard 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Davenport, James E., 

Sr. 
Dw^'er, James E., Jr. 
Dwyer, Robert H. 
East, William 
Elliott, Billy A. 
Emmons, Guy W., Ill 
Ezell. Jerry "W. 
Froebel, Martin C, 
Gartin, Robert B. 
Green, Don P. 
Greer, R. Wayne 
Harmon, Girard K 



Lynch, Lester F. 
McCamish, Dan L. 
McCord, Floyd D. 
Owings, Hank 
Pearl, George W.. Jr. 
Pelphrev, Jack 
Poe, Thomas R, 
Roberts. Harrv 
Schultz, Harold 
Scott, W. L. "Bill" 
Short, Ronald E. 
Silvey, Barry 
Slaughter, Steven 
Spalding. Guy C. 
Studle, Ronald 
Travis, Vic 



Hazelwood. John W., Sr. Tucker, Charles N. 
Herrick, Calvin P.. Jr. Wilcox, Ursal Ray 
Higgins, James P.. Sr. Wilev. Michael J. 
Hurt, Tom 



Minutes of Annual Meeting 

The fifty-seventh annual meeting of the Ken- 
tucky High School Athletic Association was held 
at Stouffers Inn, Louisville, on Thursday after- 
noon, April 18, 1974. 

President Frank Simpson called the meeting 
to order at 2:00 p.m. and asked Assistant Com- 
missioner Tom Mills to call the roll. Fifty-nine 
regular elected delegates or alternates answered 
the roll call- Patrick Crawford moved, seconded 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



by John V. Reschar, Sr. that the minutes of the 
1973 Assembly, which had been sent previously 
to all member schools, be approved without be- 
ing read. The motion was carried unanimously. 
Commissioner Mansfield then gave a report 
on the activities of the Association during the 
1973-74 school year. Mr. Cleo Pursiful moved, 
seconded by Andrew Renick that the Commis- 
sioners report be accepted. The motion carried. 
(Printed elsewhere in this issue). 

President Simpson introduced to the Assem- 
bly Ray Story, recently elected to membership 
on the Board of Control from Section 3 and 
George E. Sauer who was elected to represent 
Section 4. Their terms are to begin on Julv 1, 
1974. 

President Simpson stated that consideration 
of proposals was the next order of business. J. M. 
Burkich moved, seconded by Robert Campbell, 
that Proposal I, providing that the Constitution, 
Article III, Section 2, Item d. be changed to read 
"All contracts between member schools shall con- 
tain a specific date for each contest covered in 
the contract. A contract in which the words 'cor- 
responding date' appears, rather than a specific 
date, can not be enforced", be accepted. The 
motion carried. 

Howard Crittenden moved, seconded by R. 
Brooks Bates, that Proposal II, providing that in 
By-Law 24, Section 5, be added, "when a contest 
is cancelled for any reason stated in the contract 
the Board of Control shall determine if either 
school is liable in cases where the two schools 
can not reach a satisfactory agreement even 
tliough the forfeit fee is not due", be adopted. 
The motion was carried. 

Paul W. Trimble moved, seconded by J. M. 
Burkich, that Proposal III be adopted. Proposal 
III provided that By-Law 38 be changed to read, 
"No member school enrolling only one sex shall 
have a vote on any phase of the Association's 
work not involving or pertaining to that school. 
Schools enrolbng only boys shall not vote on mat- 
ters pertaining to girls' athletics only and vice- 
versa." The motion was carried. 

John V. Reschar, Sr. moved, seconded by 
Irvin Brooks, that Proposal IV be adopted. Pro- 
posal IV provided that By-Law 19 be changed 
to read, "All contests involving member schools 
shall be governed by National Federation of State 
High School Associations" rules if an official set 
is issued for that sport." The motion carried. 

Andrew Renick moved, seconded by J. M. 
Burkich that Proposal V be tabled. Proposal V 
provided that By-Law 5 be changed so that "six" 
in the second sentence be replaced with "nine." 
The motion carried. 

Patrick Crawford moved, seconded by Joseph 
McPherson, that Proposal VI be adopted. Pro- 
posal VI provided for a new By-Law to read: 
"Any official, basketball and /or football, who 
calls a technical foul (basketball) or unsports- 
manlike conduct (football), on a coach or on the 
bench as a result of the coach's action, will, upon 
request from the principal of the offending 
schools, supply a written account of events lead- 
ing to and causing the foul or penalty to be 
called." The motion carried. 

John V. Reschar, Sr. moved, seconded by 
John H. Branson, that Proposal VII be tabled. 
This proposal provided that By-Law 8 be changed 
by eliminating "gymnastics," and in By-Law 27 
consider the season for gymnastics to begin on 
the opening day of school and end with the State 
Championship Meet. The motion carried. 



Page Five 



TED SANFOED AWARD 




Ronnie Watt 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted 
Sanford, former commissioner of the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, the Courier- 
Journal and Times inaugurated the Ted Sanford 
Award to be given annually to a player in the 
Kentucky High School State Basketball Tourna- 
ment who excels in four areas; basketball abihty, 
academic accomplishments, sportsmanship and 
citizenship. 

Commissioner J. B. Mansfield presented the 
second award to Ronnie Watt, a senior at Warren 
East High School. Donnie was selected by a 
committee composed of school personnel from 
throughout the state. 



Robert D. Campbell moved, seconded by Win- 
ston Adkins, that Proposal VIII be adopted. Pro- 
posal VIII provided that By-Law 21 be amended 
by adding: "In any two county, conference, or 
invitational tournaments, the games played by a 
member school shall count as one game each for 
a school that maintains a football team." 

Following a discussion of Proposal VIII, Pete 
Grigsby made a motion to amend this proposal to 
read "In any two county, conference, or invita- 
tional tournaments, the games played shall count 
as one eame for each tournament played for mem- 
ber schools. J. M. Burkich seconded the motion 
which passed by a vote of 39 in favor and 14 
opposed. The proposal then passed as amended by 
a vote of 40 to 14. 

Proposal IX was withdrawn by J. Thomas 
Creamer. Proposal IX stated that the last sentence 
in By-Law 21 be changed to read: "In any two 
county, conference or invitational tournaments, 
tlie games played by a member school shall 
count as only one game." 

Joe Ohr moved, seconded by Bennie Keen, 
that Proposal X be adopted. Proposal X provides 
that By-Law 4 be changed so that the fall sports 
season shall be considered to begin on August 1, 
rather than September 1. 

Principal J. M. Burkich made the motion that 
Proposal X be amended to read August 15 in- 
stead of August 1. The motion was seconded by 
Pete Grigsby. The motion to amend failed. The 
(Continued on Page Ten) 



Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



1974 Kentucky Slate High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. Kentucky, March 22-23, 1974 



TEAM SCORING— CLASS AA GIRLS 







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200 Yard 
Ind. Medley 


50 Yard 
Freestyle 


Fancy 
Diving 


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400 Yard 
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28 


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Highlands 





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LaSalette 


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Simon Kenton 


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10 








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16 


13 








70 


Dixie Heights 


10 


7 





3 


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9 


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5 


24 


68 


Danville 


14 


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19 


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18 


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Franklin Co. 








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12 





10 








4 


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57 


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7 


10 


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4 


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Elizabethtown 


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Hopkinsville 


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10 


22 


Jessamine Co. 








10 








11 

















21 


Christian Co. 


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12 





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6 


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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Villa Madonna 2:02.8 

2. Notre Dame 2:05.6 

3. LaSalette 2:08.3 

4. Model 2:10.7 

5. Elizabethtown 2:11.1 

6. Simon Kenton 2:15.8 

Villa Madonna set a new stale rec- 
ord with their lime of 2:02.8. 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

1. S. Flerlage, LaSalette 2:03.3 

2. M. Dressman, Villa Ma. .__ 2:10.1 

3. B. Smith. Model 2:15.5 

4. N. Greer. Highlands 2:18.2 

5. M. Roeding. Villa Ma. 2:20.9 

6. J. Whittle. Notre Dame _— 2:22.1 
Flerlage set a new state record vrith 

her lime of 2:03.3. 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley — 

1. L. Rust. Notre Dame 2:21.0 

2. K. Bruesgemen, Villa M. __ 2:31.1 

3. E. Saalfeld, Model 2:32.6 

4. K. Hilborn. Franklin Co. __ 2:33.4 

5. J. Roller. Simon Kenton __ 2:34.7 

6. J. Kuhlman. Villa Ma. 2:36.1 

Rust set a new state record with 

her time of 2:21.0. 

4. 50 Yard Freestyle— 

1. P. Jensen. Villa Mad. :27.2 

2. J. Overman, LaSalette :27.3 

3. L. Pesei. Danville :27.5 



4. L. Scheper, Villa Mad. ... :27.6 

5. K. Slaughter, Notre Dame _ :27.7 

6. P. Heizer. Elizabethtown _ :28.4 

5. Fancy Diving — 

1. M. McNorgan. Highlands _ 219.85 

2. J. RoUsen, Notre Dame .- 200.70 

3. J. Amato. Franklin Co. ___ 194.00 

4. K Crail, Notre Dame 179.80 

5. K. Kubala. Highlands 168.50 

6. L. Batch. Model 167.05 

e. 100 Yard Butterfly — 

1. L. Rust. Notre Dame 1:02.8 

2. E. Feagan, Simon Kenton __ 1:06.9 

3. L. Schefer, Villa Mad. 1:09.6 

4. L. Shine. Jessamine Co. -- 1:09.7 

5- J. Overman. LaSalette 1:10.5 

fi L, .Arik, Collegiate 1:13.0 

Rust set a new slate record with 
her time of 1:02.8. 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

Dressman, Villa Ma. __ :58.5 
Kuhlman, Villa Ma. ^-- 1:01.1 
Whittle, Notre Dame -- 1:02.5 

Jansen, Villa Ma, 1:02.5 

Hilbonn, Franklin Co, _ 1:02.8 
Roeding, Villa Ma. ___ 1:03.1 
Dressman set a ;iew state record in 
the preliminaries with her time of 
:58.2. 

8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

1. E. Feagan, Simon Kenton . 4:29.1 



2 N Greer, Highlands 4:51.4 

3. B. Smith, Model 4:55,6 

4, M, Berling. Notre Dame .. 5:08.5 

5 M Hamblin, Danville 5:12,9 

6, L. McGehee, Dixie Hgt, — 5:12,9 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke — 

E, Saalfeld, Model 1:07,7 

J. Roller, Simon Kenton __ 1:09,3 

K. Slaugher, Notre Dame _ 1:10,9 

K, Kloserman, Villa Ma, _- 1:12,0 

B. Boerger, Beechwood — 1:14.0 

K. Watkins, Model 1:14.9 

Saalfeld set a ;iew state record with 
her time of 1:07.7. 



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10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

1. S. Flerlage. LaSalette 1:14.0 

2. K. Cull, Highlands 1:18.0 

3. A. Pannell, Greenville 1:18,7 

4. K. Bruggeman, Villa Ma. . 1:18.8 

5. K. Mills, Model 1:19.3 

ti, A. Chapman. Model 1:20.3 

Flerlage set a new state record with 
her time of 1:14.0. 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 

1. Villa Madonna 4:07.8 

2. Notre Dame 4:20,6 

,T. Dixie Heights 4:22.9 

4. Highlands 4:24.3 

5. Franklin County 4:26.4 

6. Danville 4:34.3 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



Page Seven 



1974 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, March 22-23, 1974 
TEAM SCORING— CLASS AA BOYS 





























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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Covington 

Model 

Highlands 

Lloyd 

Hopkinsville 

Madisonville 

Covington Catholic set a new slate 
record with their time of 1:45.1. 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

1. R. Flerlage. Cov. Cath. ___ 1 

2. D. Whittle. Cov. Cath 1 

3. B. Clouse. Model 1 

4. J. Meisenheimer. Model — 1 

5. M. Dressman. Conner 1 

6. B. Gradel. Dixie Hgts. 1 



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1:48.6 
1:51.9 
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Molier. Highlands _- 
Oliver, Franklin Co 
Schulte. Highlands - 
Harris. Model 



3. 200 Yard Individual Medley — 

B. Rutemiller. Cov. Cath. __ 2:09.4 

K. McGee. Highlands 2:10.5 

Baer. Danville 2:11,6 

Woodward. Christian Co. - 2:14.1 
Redmond. Highlands -_ 2:14.7 
Davis. Christian Co. --- 2:14.8 

50 Yard Freestyle — 

Brandt, Hopkinsville _._ :23.0 

Vinton. Ft. Knox 23.4 

Browne. Conner :23.6 

Dosch, Highlands :23.6 

Mettens. Highlands :23.9 

Chapman. Model :23.9 

Bra,ndt set a new state record in 
this event with his time of :23,0. 



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1. J. Brandt. Hopkinsville - 

2 T Browne. Conner 

3. W. Whelen. Cov. Cath. . 

4. D. Redmond. Highlands 

5. J. Cavana. Bellevue 

6. R- Haas. Newport Cath, 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle — 

1. L. Dosch. Highlands — - 

2 B Clouse. Model 

3. W Vinton, Ft. Knox — 

4. L. Bertke. Cov. Cath. - 

5. D. Mettens, Highlands _ 
6 M. Dressman. Conner -- 



399.60 
342.55 
304.95 
303.10 
298.40 
284.70 



55.1 
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:57.6 
57.9 
58.4 
00.3 



51.7 
51.9 
:52.0 
52.3 
52.7 
53.2 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke — 

B, Rutemiller. Cov. Cath. 



58.3 

Williams. Lloyd :59.4 

Gallagher. Lex. Cath. __- :59.7 

Cavana. Bellevue :59.8 

McGee. Highlands 1:01.3 

Davis. Christian Co, ___ 1:02,9 
Rutemiller set a new state record 
n this event \vith his time of :58.3. 



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Baer. Danville 1 



10 

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2. T. VanSant. Cov. Cath. 1 

3. M. Himgerland, Model 1 

4. S, Sapsford. Highlands --- 1 

5. R. Haas. New-port Cath. __ 1 

6. J Lacy. Hopkinsville ,-1 
Baer set a new? slate record in this 

event with his time of 1:04.9, 



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04.9 
09,0 
09.5 
09.9 
11.7 



8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

1. R. Flerlage, Cov. Cath. .__ 4:03.0 

2. D. Whittle. Cov. Cath. 4:06,5 

3. S. Shine. Jessamine Co. ._ 4:07.2 

4. J. Meisnehiemer. Model __ 4:09.1 

5. R. Woodward. Christian Co. _ 4:20.2 

6. D. Faridee. Fern Creek __ 4:34.6 
Flerlage set a new stale record in 

this event with his time of 4:03.0. 



II. 400 Freestyle Relay- 

Covington Catholic 



3:27.2 
Highlands 3:28.5 

3, Hopkinsville 3:31,4 

4, Model 3:39.8 

5, Dixie Heights 3:46,3 

6- Fern Creek 3:51.8 

Covington Catholic set a new slate 
record in Ihis event with their time 
of 3:27.2, 



Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



1974 Kentucky State High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Club. Louisville, Kentucky, February 22-23, 1974 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Helay— 

Paul Blazer 1:45, 

Tnnitv 1:46 

Ballard 1:47, 

Westport 1:49. 

Owensboro 1:52 

Eastern 1:54, 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle— 

T. Barney. Blazer 1:49 

K, Ray. Atherton 1:52, 

M. Powell, St, Xavier 1:53 

C. Lambert. Ballard 1:53 

B, Plaschke, Ballard 1:54 

D, Moyse. Ballard 1:56, 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley— 

S. Carpenter. Trinitv 2:03 

B. Fowler. Ballard 2:04 

C. Burckle. Trinitv 2:08 

.1 Barnett. Westport 2:09 

M. Hisles. Tates Creek .._ 2:11 
A. Moore. Atherton 2:11 



6, J. McAuliffe, St. Xavier 



4. 50 Yard Freestyle— 
G. Shepherd. Blazer 
.J. Orr. Henry Clay 
T. Bloom. Ballard ___ 
M. Baese. St. Xavier 
T. Guelich, Ballard _ 



5. Fancy Diving — 

B, Dempsey, Ballard 

J. Goddard. Blazer 

B, Smock. Trinity 

T, Gaar. Eastern 

C, Medley. Ballard 

T. Fabling. Fern Creek -. 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly— 

B. Fowler, Ballard 

C. Burckle, Trinity 

K. Oliver. Eastern 

J. Mullikin. Owensboro _ 

C, Payne. Blazer 

B, Blann. Bowling Green 



7. 100 Yard Freestyle— 

T. Barne.v. Blazer _ 
Lambert. Ballard 
Ray. Atherton ._ 



:24,3 4. B. Plashke, Ballard 4:07.4 

5. S. Miller. Ballard 4:09.2 

6 M Hackler. Blazer 4:14.5 



C. 
K 
T. Bloom. Ballard 



Thomas. Trinity 

Wade. Lafayette 



8. 400 Yard Freestyle — 

M, Powell, St. Xavier , 

J. Neyer. Blazer 

C. Moyse, Ballard 



391,75 
387,50 
379.75 
358.55 
356.30 
354.30 



54.5 
56,7 
57.5 
57.8 
57.9 
59,2 



50,3 
51,3 
51.5 
52.9 
53.4 
54,1 



4:02,1 
4:06.2 
4:06.7 



9, 100 Yard Backstroke — 

G. Shepherd. Blazer :55.1 

■Carpenter. Trinit.v :55.3 

Barnett. Westport :59.6 

Hisle. Tates Creek 1:01,0 

Lane. Bowling Green — 1:02.6 
Mullikin. Owensboro ___ 1:04.6 
Shepherd set a new slate record in 
this event with his time of :55.1. 



S. 
J. 
M. 
B. 
.1. 



10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

A, Moore. Atherton 1:04.4 

T. Guelich. Ballard 1:05.3 

J. Towler, Ballard 1:05.9 

B. Goodykoontz, Lafa.vette _ 1:06.8 
H. Hendershot. Westport _- 1:07.6 
S. Nunn. Ballard 1:08.2 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Helay— 



Paul Blazer 

Ballard 

Atherton 

Bowling Green 

Trinity 

St. Xavier 



3:30.9 
3:32.0 
3:35.3 

3:38.1 

3:41.4 

3:41.4 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



Page Nine 



1974 Kentucky Slate High School Swimming Meet 

Plantation Club, Louisville, Kentucky, February 22-23, 1974 
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Sacred Heart 


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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay— 

1. Ballard 1:55.0 

2. Sacred Heart 2:00.9 

3. Eastern 2:04.5 

4. Atherton 2:07.2 

5. Seneca 2:08.0 

6. Henry Clay 2:10.4 

Ballard sel a new stale record with 

their time of 1:55.0. 



2. 200 Yard Freestyle — 

P. Higgs. Sacred Heart ___ 2:00.3 
C. Sheridan, Sacred Heart - 2:01.5 

M. Lyversa. Eastern 2:02.3 

M. Street. Westport 2:02.3 

R. Boone. Ballard 2:04.0 



3. 200 Yard Individual Medley- 
Wright. Ballard 2:13.6 

Estep, Seneca 2:17.4 

Kleinert, Sacred Heart _ 2:18.7 
Kessinger. Henry Clay _ 2:20.6 

Pearson, Westport 2:25.9 



CjTan, Ballard 2:27.4 



4. 50 Yard Freestyle — 

5. Carpenter. Sacred Heart 

N. Reid. Ballard 

L. Shiffler. Blazer 

R. Boone, Ballard 



257 
25.7 
25.8 
26.1 



C. Leigh. Henry Clav _ 
H. Guelich. Ballard 

5. Fa,ncy Diving — 

G. Palmieri. Ballard 

C. Tucker, Ballard 

J. Morrison. Ballard 

J. Warner, Sacred Heart 
A. McGrath, Eastern ... 
M. Never. Blazer 



:26.4 4. M. Lyverse. Eastern __ 
:26.7 5. A. Simpson. Lafayette 
6. A. McCall. Waggener 



6. 100 Yard Butterfly- 

A. Cowart. Sacred Heart - 

C. Leigh. Henry Clay 

R. Boone. Ballard 

A. Campasino. Ballard _. 

C. Cyran. Ballard — 

A. Morrissey. Ballard 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle — 

M. Street. Westport 

S. Carpenter. Sacred Heart 

L. Shiffler, Blazer 

S. Kessinger. Henry Clay . 
A. Cowart, Sacred Heart _ 
M. Reid. Ballard 



433.65 
392.65 
391.95 
391.40 
350.30 
289.85 



1:01.0 
1:02.6 
1:03.4 
1:03.9 
1:06.1 
1:07.5 



8. 400 Yard Freestyle 

P. Higgs. Sacred Heart __ 
C. Sheridan. Sacred Heart 
A. Potts, Atherton 



00. ( 

56.1 
57.1 
57.1 
57.3 
57.7 



4:13.8 
4:14.0 
4:19.1 



4:21.1 


4:27.9 


4:29.2 


1 


01.2 


1 


03.7 


1 


04.9 


1 


07.1 


1 


07.fi 


1 


09.1 



9. 100 Yard Backstroke 

1. R. Wright. Ballard 

2. R. Boone. Ballard 

3. J. Kleinert, Sacred Heart - 

4. C. Dugan. Sacred Heart 

5. M. Tingley. Atherton 

6. K. Ryan, Eastern 

Wright set a new state record 

her time of 1:01.2. 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke — 

1. K. 

2. M. 

3. A. 

4. H. 

5. A. 

6. W. 



II. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay— 

1. Sacred Heart 3:49.1 

2. Westport 3:58.4 

3. Henrv Clay 4:03.0 

4 Ballard 4:03.1 

5. Waggener 4:03.2 

6 Paul Blazer 4:29.1 

Sacred Heart set a new state record 
i,n this event with their time of 3:49.1. 



Estep, Seneca 




11.8 


Wright. Westport 




13.2 


Potts. Atherton 




15.0 


Guelich. Ballard 




15.1 


McCall. Waggener 




15.2 


Sumner. Sacred Heart _ 




20.9 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



Minutes of Annual Meeting 

(Continued from Page Five) 

original proposal tlien failed by a vote of 22 for 
and 32 against. 

President Simpson recognized Joseph Mc- 
Plierson who spoke briefly on scheduling prob- 
lems encountered by several of the Louisville 
schools. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned by President Simpson. 



1973-74 Annual Report 
(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 

Three hundred twenty-nine schools joined 
the Association for the 1973-74 school year'. 
Twelve of these schools enroll girls only. The 
other 317 entered the basketball tournament 
series. The membership compares with 334 for 
1972-73 and with 344 for 1971-72. 

Financial reports filed by the sixteen region- 
al basketball tournament managers show total 
receipts of $288,401.44 with attendance of 196.320. 
The sixty-four districts grossed $395,693.38 with 
an attendance of 302,864. 

Attendance at the State Tournament for the 
eight sessions was 124.954, an average of 15,620 
per session as compared to 120,525 last year with 
an average of 15,066. This represents an increase 
of 4,400 people approximately. The gross receipts 
were about $286,000.00 which was a $4,000.00 in- 
crease over last year. Ticket prices were the 
same each year. Some bills are still outstanding. 
A complete report of all receipts and expendi- 
tures will appear with the audit report in the 
August issue of the "Athlete." 

Schools with football teams numbered 199. 
The Classes A and AA Football Championship 
games were played at Eastern Kentucky Uni- 
versity with approximately 5,000 in attendance 
and gross receipts of $10,176.50. The Class AAA 
final drew 9,265 people and grossed $19,697.50. 
Inclement weather at both sites probably low- 
ered the number in attendance. Attendance for 
regional and semi-final games continues to in- 
crease. 

In Cross Country 142 schools entered teams 
in the twenty regional meets. The championship 
meet for each of the three classes was held in 
Louisville at the Collings Estate. 

In Wrestling 62 schools entered eight region- 
al tournaments with the winner and runner-up 
in each weight class advancing to the State. The 
finals were held at Atherton High School. Re- 
ceipts at the regional level bore the expense of 
the meet in most cases. Gross receipts for the 
State Tournament was $5,131.00 with paid at- 
tendance of 3.114. 

In Classes AA and AAA Swimming 41 girls 
teams and 43 boys teams entered the State Meet. 
The AAA was held at the Plantation Club in 
Louisville on February 22-23 and the Class AA at 
Eastern Kentucky University on March 22-23. 

In Gymnastics there were not enough schools 
with boys' teams for regional meets, there were 
two for the girls. The finals were held at the 
Seaton Recreation Center, University of Ken- 
tucky. 



In Soccer 16 schools competed for the cham- 
pionship during the week of November 5-10, this 
being the second year for the sport. Attendance 
increased somewhat over last year. The tourna- 
ment was held at different high schools in Jef- 
ferson County. 

In the other sports there are as follows: 291 
baseball teams are to compete in 59 districts and 
eight regions; 186 gii'ls' track teams and 222 
boys' teams will compete in twenty regions 
each; 69 girls' golf teams and 191 boys' teams 
will meet in the nineteen regions to qualify for 
the State tournaments; 96 girls' tennis teams 
and 108 boys' teams to enter seventeen regionals 
to try for "the State; 17 schools will enter the 
State Rifle Tournament. A boys and girls State 
Tournament in Fencing was sponsored for the 
first time this year. 

Registering with the Officials' Division this 
year were 1.474 basketball officials, 799 football, 
530 baseball and 56 wrestling. Also, registering 
for the first time this year were 58 officials for 
girls basketball. Thirteen football rules clinics 
for coaches and officials were held by Assistant 
Commissioner Billy V. Wise, One hundred seven- 
ty-nine officials took the National Federation 
examination in football. Of this number 45 were 
added to the "Certified" list and 85 to the "Ap- 
proved list. Mr. Wise conducted 17 basketball 
rules clinics. Two hundred twenty-two officials 
took the test for the higher ratings 65 becoming 
"Certified" and 134 "Approved." 

Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout con- 
ducted an umpires' school for 20 area baseball 
clinic directors. These men will assist in assign- 
ing umpires for the season play. Mr. Stout also 
conducted 14 statewide clinics for coaches and 
umpires. In 1973 sixty-one baseball officials took 
the test for higher ratings, with seven being 
added to the "Certified" list and 39 to the "Ap- 
proved." 

The Board of Control, on recommendation of 
the State Girls' Basketball Committee, has adopt- 
ed rules and regulations for this sport. All eligi- 
bility rules will apply to both girls and boys 
unless it is so noted. The seasons will be the 
same. Game limits are identical. The number of 
districts and regions, provided there are enough 
teams, will be the same. The district and region- 
al tournaments will be held the same week as 
the boys. The schools involved will determine if 
they are to be run concurrently or on different 
dates at different sites. The two state tourna- 
ments, one girls and one boys, will be held the 
third and fourth weeks in March, Sites to be 
determined by the Board of Control. 

The Association is indebted to the several 
policy boards across the state who select the 
regional assigning secretaries. There are 12 in 
football and 14 in basketball. The secretaries are 
hereby commended for the capable manner in 
which they have handled the recruiting, train- 
ing and assigning of officials. 

The Commissioner and the Assistants are 
most grateful for the cooperation and assistance 
given them by the principals and their superin- 
tendents, the members of the Board, athletic di- 
rectors and coaches. With sincere appreciation 
this report is respectfully submitted. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



Page Eleven 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASEBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from Page Three) 
Howard. Dwlght. 2113 Barron Drive, Owensboro 42301. 

685-1987, 684-4287 
Hughes. WUliam. Franklin 42134. 586-3648 
Johnson. Ned. 117 South Second, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

3534 
Jones. James Dixie, Route 2, Princeton 42445, 365-3110, 

365-3110 
Khiepfel, Joseph, 607 Crittenden Street, Apt. A, Owens- 
boro 42301, 926-2603, 771-4712 
Lambert, Irvin, 5110 Rural Wav, LouisviUe 40218, 969- 

4718, 582-5504 
Logsdon. Charles. 550 Gates Road, EUzabethtown 42701, 

769-2253, 351-9636 
Loughrv, Raymond D.. Rt. 1, Central City 42330, 338-5799 
McAUster, Ron, Box 211, La Center 42056, 224-2469, 

665-5151 
McClure, Joe G., 4432 Cheer Street, Ashland 41101, 324- 

1567 
Mcintosh, Carl W., R.R. 1, Box 228A, Jackson 41339, 

666-2190 
Matthews, Robert A., Rt. 4, Donna Lane, Bardstown 

40004. 348-3439, 348-9096 
Mitchell. Robert M.. 3618 Velma Drive. Hopkinsville 

42240. 885-8583 
Moore. Bobb> , Fairview Tr. Ct.. Hodgenville 42748. 358- 

3220 833-4112 
Moore. MichaeC Rt. 2. Greenup 41144. 473-7459 
Morgan. BiUv B.. Rt. 3, Jackson School Road, Benton 

42025. 527-5401 
Morgan. Larry W.. 904 Meade Street. Carrollton 41008. 

732-6803 
Morris, T. John, 6629 Charann Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45224, 542-4603, 871-8220 
Newton. Dannv. R.R, 1. Shelbyvilie 40065. 633-4237, 633- 

2653 
Oldham, Donald. Box 37. Wingo 42088. 376-5430 
O'Steen. Edward L.. UPO Box 552, Morehead St. Univ., 

Morehead 40351, 784-6860 
Peters, W. A.. Rt. 8. Box 641. London 40741. 864-6155. 

864-5229 
Petri. Luci. 412 Tremont Drive. Hopkinsville 42240. 886- 

0794 
Potter, Don, 1901 Russellville Road, Bowling Green 

42101. 781-1151, 781-1151 
Price, Charles, Jr.. Box 221, Jackson 41339, 666-7454 
Reasor. Garv B,. 8214 Poinsettia Driye. Louisville 40258, 

937-5177 
Riggs Stanley. Bruce Apts. i;i3-D. Ashland 41101. 325- 

9429, 325-4649 
Riley. James D.. Rt, 14. Timber Lane, Bowling Green 42101, 

843-6700 
Ring. Bill. 481 Rookwood Parkwav. Lexington 40505, 299- 

7089. 255-8492 
Rison. Johnny B,. 197 Third Street, Ravenna 40472, 723- 

2852, 723-4240 
Robinson, D, Blake, P.O. Box 2713. Pikeville 41501. 

437-7551. 432-3141 
Robinson. Raymond A.. 226 Davis Avenue, Lancaster 40444. 

792-2617 
Rogers, Bob. 405 Colonial Terrace, Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

7226, 886-3921 
Roll, John. Greenville 42345, 338-2548 
Rowe, Thomas M.. 5509 Azalea Lane, LouisviUe 40258, 

937-1267 
Runvon. Tommy. Box 181. Belfrv 41514, 353-7883, 353-7239 
Rutledge, Robert A., Rt, 4, Utica 42376, 275-4758 
Saindon. Lee. 758 Bravington Wav. Lexington 40503. 278- 

5523 
Salsbury. Don. 1029 Legion Pike Road. Greensburg 42743. 

932-5577. 932-5391 
Salyer. Joel Dean. Pettit Avenue. Morehead 40351, 784- 

6338. 784-6338 
Sammons. Patrick O.. 529 E. Adair Avenue, Louisville 

40209, 363-5979, 584-6134 
Sandusky, Jerry, R. 1, Liberty 42539, 787-7742, 787-7484 
Sargent, Steve. 211 Crest Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

9540, 798-5611 
Scott, Mark, Sparksville 42778, 378-2892, 565-3215 
Scott, Walter G., 4789 Clevesdale, Cincinnati, Ohio 

45238, 471-5014, 321-1484 
Seavers, Joe. 2517 Ann St., Ludlow 41016, 341-0213. 291- 

8925 
Sharp. Jerry. 2426 W. Cumberland Avenue, Middlesboro 

40965, 248-4315 
Sharp, Ronnie. 140 Chasteen, Middlesboro 40965, 248-3916 
Shaw, Earl, 121 Hagan Court, Lancaster 40444, 792-2370, 

792-3018 
Shelton, James S.. 214 E. 20th Street. Benton 42025. 

527-9802. 247-1431 
Shepherd, Russell, R. R. 850, David 41616, 886-6453, 886-2252 
Shipp. Kevin K.. 322 Hillcrest Drive, Versailles 40383, 

873-4548 



Short, Ronald, SiV-^ Catalpa, Pineville 40977, 337-3804 

337-3051, Ext, 53 
Shoulders. Michael E., 204 Maple Street, Franklin 42134 

586-5815, 586-3262 
Sipes. Robert L . Jr.. Box 351. Irvington 40146. 547-5511 
Slone. Burgen. Rt. 2, Box 128, Catlettsburg 41129, 739-5386 
Slone, Mack D., R. 1, Box 911C, Pikeville 41501, 432-2797, 

437-6361 
Smith, Benny, Rt, 3, Manchester 40962, 598-9934, 598-3041 
Smedley, Bob. P.O. Box 189. Morehead 40351. 784-5502, 

784-6606 
Smith, Ezell. Lynch 40855. 848-2986 
Snioot, Dick, 1008 Norwood, Ashland 41101, 324-8187, 325- 

4741 
Spmnler. Wm, W.. 95 Villa Madrid. Louisville 40228. 448- 

3925 
Stephen, Stephen, 1105 Lime Street, Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

3403, 473-9813 
Stevenson, Michael G,. Route 1. Russellville 42276, 726- 

9453, 726-9531 
Stewart, Dale, 514 Catalina Drive, Owensboro 42301, 926- 

1676, 685-3121 
Stiltner, Dale, Frenchburg 40322 
Stivers, Franklin, Route 8, Box 173A, London 40741. 864- 

2356 
Stone. Kenneth G. Rt 4. Box 178, Bardstown 40004, 

348-6025 
Stratton, Robert J,. Rt, 6. Shelbvville 40065, 633-3816, 633- 

1612 
Strong, Jack, Whlck 41390, 398-2252 
Strong, Logan, Haddix 41331 

Stuart, Terry, Route 3, Russellville 42276, 726-6492 
Styer. Charles. R, R, 1, Box 174. Alexandria 41001. 635- 

5161, 241-1865 
Sumner. Carl. 8711 Cedar Creek Road. Fern Creek 40291, 

239-0783. 459-1030. Ext. 205 
Swart. J, D, HHC USARECSIA. Ft. Knox 40121. 351- 

9158. 624-2619 
Swisher, Eugene H.. Jr.. 840 Albany. Lexington 40502. 278- 

3289 
Tate. Gordon C, R.R. 2. Box 547B. Irvine 40336. 723-3494 
Taylor. Carl D., 408 Bellefonte-Princess Road, Ashland 

41101, 325-2606, 324-1222 
Taylor. John O.. 422 Brookhaven, Box 48, Danville 40422, 

236-3915, 236-3181 
Taylor, Timothy, 3857 Shelby Drive. Owensboro 42301 

684-2316 -tioui, 

Thompson. Frederick B.. Field 40934, 337-3771 

Tomerlin, Allen, 3251 Poplarview Drive, Louisville 40''16 

447-4861 " ' 

Tremaine, Darrell E.. 501 4th Street, Corbin 40701 528- 

4467. 528-3902 
Tucker. Charles N,. 5353-B Kell 

40121, 642-5063. 624-7751 
Tucker. Joseph P.. 23 Aquilla Drive Florence 4104'' 

371-8482 
Toggle. Tommy. 106 Leslie Court. Hopkinsville 42240 

886-5044 
Tuitele. Matthew V. L.. 203 Millbrooke Drive Hopkins- 
ville 42240 
Turner. Larry Glen. Rt, 1. Box 22-A. Jackson 41339 666- 

7686. 666-5162 
TjTe. Don C 316 Senate Drive. Frankfort 40601. 223-3668 

254-6612. Ext. 211 (Lexington) 

Vincent. Dale. 547 Richmond Drive. Madisonville 42431 
821-0375. 383-5220 

Walker. Joe. East River Road, Warsaw 41095. 567-6881 

367-6881 
Ward. Robert. 2040 Wasrington, Henderson 42420, 827-3805 

827-3810 
Warden, Jimmle, Rt, 6. Russellville 42276. 726-9422 
Washer, Jamie. 110 Broach Avenue. South, Murray 42071 

753-5330, 753-5312 
Watts. Elbert W.. 7603 Marie-Anna Drive. Louisville 

4025S. 935-7916. 937-2300 
White. Robert L.. 636 Willow Drive. Independence 

41051. 356-6877. 381-0369 
Whitehead. David. 3932 Phillips. Paducah 42001, 442-5818 

442-6121 
Whorley, Larrv D,. 1321 Gardendale Avenue, Owensboro 

42301, 926-2372. 927-8118 
Williams. Bobby. Sonora 42776. 369-2272, 862-3924 
Williams, Philhp, Jr., R.R. 2. Cecilia 42724. 862-3495 
Williams, Buford, General Delivery 40146, 547-7438, 547- 

4491 
Williamson. Rov O,. Rt, 2. Hopkinsville 42240, 885-5843 
Wilson, William, R.R. 2. Box 67. Alexandria 41001, 635- 

5731, 421-1800, Ext. 346 
Winfrey. Shelby. 315 Sharon Drive, Campbellsville 42718, 

465-8392 
Wiseman Melvin. 410 Broadway. Irvine 40336, 723-2836, 

723-2936 
Wren. Bethel, Route 2, Paint Lick 40444, 792-2751 
Yankey, Steven T„ Route 3A, Springfield 40069, 336-3748 
Zibart, Sig, 8905 Pine Lake Drive, Louisville 40220, 491- 

1704, 587-1121. Ext. 269 



Street. Ft. Knox 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1974 



K.H.S.C.A. 



Irvine, Kentucky 
April 12, 1974 
Execulive Commillee 

Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Gentlemen: 

I have made a;i examination of the records of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association account in 
the Union Bank 8i Trust Company, Irvine, Kentucky, 
covering the period March 1. 1973, to March 28, 1974, as 
requested by Mr. Joe Ohr, Secretary of the Association. 

Receipts and disbursements have been classified a^d 
are shown on the attached schedule of income and ex- 
penses. All receipts have been traced as deposits into the 
Bank and all disbursements have been substantiated by 
canceled checks. 

There are two Savings Accounts under Kentucky 
High School Coaches Association heading totaling 
S15.000.00 and these are shown on the schedule of Sav- 
ings Accounts of the East-West All Star Accounts. 

The bank balance of 55,503.21 has bee;i verified as 
being on deposit in The Union Bank & Trust Company, 
Irvine, Kentucky, as of March 28, 1974. 

In my opinion, this letter and the attached schedule 
properly reflects the status of this accou^nt for the period 
stated. 

Yours very truly. 

Bill Sexton — Accountant 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
Schedule of Income and Expenses for the period 
March 1, 1973 to March 28, 1974. 

INCOME: 

Membership Dues 
(2,9ei a S2.00 each — 

22 Life a S5.00) 
Interest 
Clinic Fees 
Program Receipts 



S 6,032.00 
832.61 
925.00 
316.38 



TOTAL RECEIPTS 

Plus: Bank Balance on March 1, 1973 
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BEGINNING 
BANK BALANCE 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing, stationery, cards & 

postage 613,06 

Secretarial Help 45.00 

Delegate Expe;ises 25.00 

Corporation Filing Fees 4.00 

Audit 1972-73 45.00 

K.H.S.A.A. — Insurance Grant 1,000.00 

Awards & Pictures 286.29 

AU-Star Change 1,500.00 
Bowling Green Bank-lst Est. Travel 

E. W. Football & Basketball 1,254.70 

Clinic Speakers 850.00 

East-West Coaches Salaries 1,600.00 

AU-Star Manager 1,000.00 

Traveling Expenses 116.07 

Coaches Dinner 750,00 

Joe Ohr — Collection Expenses 1,480.50 



S 8,105.99 
7,961.84 



S16.067.83 



Total Disbursements 

BALANCE ON MARCH 28, 1974 



Balance on Deposit in Union Bank & Trust Company, 
Irvine, Kentucky, op March 28, 1974 S 5,503.21 



Irvine, Kentucky 
April 12, 1974 

Executive Committee 

Easl-Wcsl All Star Basketball & Football Games 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association 
Louisville. Kentucky 

Gentlemen: 

At the request of Mr. Joe Ohr, your Secretary, I 
have examined the records of your ALL-STAR account, 
covering the period February 28, 1973 to March 29, 1974. 

I have classified all receipts and disbursements and 
these are show;i on the attached schedule of receipts and 
disbursements. The bank balance of 55,756.18 has been 
verified as being on deposit in the First Security Na- 
tional Bank & Trust Company, Lexington, Kentucky, as 
of March 29, 1974. 



Receipts have been traced as deposits into the bapk 
and all disbursements have been substantiated by can- 
celed checks. 

You will also find attached to this report a schedule 
of all Savings Accounts showing the financial firm and 
the balance i,n each account. This list is self-explanatory 
and the balances were all verified by telephone with 
each firm on April 12, 1974. 

1 believe that this letter and the attached schedules 
properly reflect the transactions and staus of this as- 
count for the period shown. 

Respectfully submitted. 
Bill Sexton — Accountant 



EAST-WEST ALL STAR GAMES — 

FOOTBALL & BASKETBALL 

THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSO. 

Schedule of Income a,nd Expenses for the period 

February 28, 1973 to March 29, 1974, 

RECEIPTS: 

Gale Receipts from Games S 3,998.00 

Refund of Change 1,500.00 

Interest on Certificates of Deposit 557.60 



Total Receipts 

Plus: Bank Balance on February 28 
TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BEGINNING 
BANK BALANCE 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing & Supplies 

Awards 

Insurance on Players 

Meals 

Ticket Sellers & Security Police 

Housing for Players 

Refunds 

Miscella,neous Expenses 

Manager's Expenses 

Medical Expenses 

Kentucky Sales Taxes 

Total Disbursements 

BALANCE ON MARCH 29, 1974 



Balance on Deposit in First Security National Bank 
& Trust Company, Lexington, Ky., on March 29, 1974 

$ 5.7S6.18 





5 6,055,60 


1973 


5,820.87 




311,876.47 


578.87 




651.00 




318.00 




2,337.69 




438.77 




1,094.00 




14.75 




49.05 




405.26 




33.00 




199.90 






6,120.29 




S 5,756.18 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSO. 
EAST-WEST ALL STAR ACCOUNTS: 

1. Columbia Federal Savings & Loa,n Association 
Covington, Kentucky 

Account No. 9315 

Balance as of March 31, 1974 $ 6,910.01 

2. Central Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 

ALL-STAR Account — Certificate No. 5041 

Balance as of April 12, 1974 ... 10,000.00 



Citizens Union Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 
ALL-STAR Account No. 21230-8 
Balance as of April 11, 1974 



4. First Security National Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington, Kentucky 
ALL-STAH Account No. 23588-7 
Balance as of March 28, 1974 13,910.40 

KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

1. Estill Federal Savings & Loap Association 
Irvine, Kentucky 

Balance as of April 12, 1974 10,000.00 

2. Nelson County Federal Savings & Loan Association 
Bardstown, Kentucky 

Balance as of March 30, 1974 5,000.00 

I hereby certify that all of the above balances have 
been verified by telephone calls to the above institutions 
on April 12, 1974, and were on deposit as of the dates 
shown. 

This report submitted this April 12, 1974. 

Bill Sexton — Accountant 



TO: PRINCIPLES OF MEMBER SCHOOLS OF K.H.S.A.A. 
SUBJECT: CATASTROPHE INSURANCE POLICY 

The following information about the catastrophe insurance coverage pur- 
chased by K.H.S.A.A. to cover athletes of member schools is published for 
your consideration. The coverage will commence June 15, 1974, for the 
school year 1974-75, and will be identical with coverage for the current 
year. 

PERSONS COVERED: Student athletes on teams of member schools of 
K.H.S.A.A. will be covered while practicing for or competing in 
K.H.S.A.A. approved inter-school athletic e\'ents or while traveling in a 
group directly to or from practice session or scheduled athletic event for 
the purpose of participating in such session or event. 

ACCIDENT MEDICAL EXPENSE BENEFIT: Expenses incurred for 
treatment of a covered injury including necessary services of a licensed 
physician, hospital expenses subject to limit for daily room and board and 
general nursing care of normal charge for semi-private room, private duty 
nursing care by R.N. on order of physician and physio-therapy performed 
while hospital confined shall be covered within fifty-two (52) weeks fol- 
lowing the accident causing injury provided treatment for such injury 
commences within thirty (30) days of the date of covered accident. 

The first $1000.00 of covered expenses, or the amount of such expenses as 
are covered under all other collectible insurance of the policyholder and 
insured, whichever figure is greatest, will be deducted from any claim paid 
hereunder. Subject to this provision, the Company will pay up to a maxi- 
mum of $10,000.00 except that when payment under the plan exceeds 
$5000.00. further payment shall be 75' . of the eligible charges. 

EXCLUSIONS: No payment shall be made for hernia, appendicitis, cardiac 
disease, diabetes, detached retina, osteomyelitis, malignancy or Osgood- 
Schlatters disease, or aggravation of a pre-existing condition, or for injur- 
ies connected with fighting or brawling. 

ADMINISTRATION: The plan is administered by The Kingden Company. 
You may secure complete information about the coverage from the 
company. 



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GENERAL AGENT 

W. E. KINGSLEY J. E. McCREARY, Mgr. CHARLES C. PRICE 

Life Department 
121-123 LAFAYETTE AVENUE LEXINGTON, KY. 40502 PHONE 254-4095 
P. O. BOX 7100 



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